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Meet up

Elm London January

Wednesday, 31st January at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by Elm London in January 2018

Elm London January

We're back from our holiday break to start 2018 with more Elm goodness! Hope to see you there.

A code night is about meeting folks interested in Elm and learning from each other. Community members may spend about 15 minutes up front showing something they created, inviting folks to pair or talk about the project. From there, we break off into smaller groups and write code together!

We will have a bunch of pizza, salad, and drinks so you do not need to stress about finding food.

We love getting a diverse group of people, from beginners to experts, so if you are on the fence about coming out, just go for it, especially if:

• Totally new to Elm? Getting Elm installed? Writing your first program? It will easier if you work with folks who have done it before!

• Starting a project? Maybe you have been eyeing Elm but don't know how it will work for your project. Fastest way is to ask us about the specifics or pair with someone here.

• Open source? - There are always interesting projects that could improve Elm, and talking with core team members and contributors is a great way to dive in.

See you there!

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

Elm London January

We're back from our holiday break to start 2018 with more Elm goodness! Hope to see you there.

A code night is about meeting folks interested in Elm and learning from each other. Community members may spend about 15 minutes up front showing something they created, inviting folks to pair or talk about the project. From there, we break off into smaller groups and write code together!

We will have a bunch of pizza, salad, and drinks so you do not need to stress about finding food.

We love getting a diverse group of people, from beginners to experts, so if you are on the fence about coming out, just go for it, especially if:

• Totally new to Elm? Getting Elm installed? Writing your first program? It will easier if you work with folks who have done it before!

• Starting a project? Maybe you have been eyeing Elm but don't know how it will work for your project. Fastest way is to ask us about the specifics or pair with someone here.

• Open source? - There are always interesting projects that could improve Elm, and talking with core team members and contributors is a great way to dive in.

See you there!

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members