Our April meetup will cover a variety of topics, quick summaries of various talks from the March NEScala symposium. We'll leave time at the end to discuss in detail anything that piques the meetup's interest.
Food and drinks will be provided.
6:30 - Doors open
7:00 - General intro
7:05 - NEScala roundup
7:45 - Social hour
Hung Lin will be covering lessons learned at NEScala 2014 (http://nescala.org), including the first day's presentations and the second day's unconference. Topics will include types, coherent data, scalaz, macros, summingbird, sbt, geotrellis, wartremover, finagle, and more. Hung is a software engineer at Audax. He's building the analytics platform to get insight into Audax's system. When not coding or working magic with web scale technologies and data science, he loves to play ping pong, foosball, and poker.
Audax Health is located in the Georgetown waterfront building:
3000 K St. NW, Sixth Floor
Washington, DC 20007
Metro - We are about a 15 minute walk from the Foggy Bottom metro stop on the Blue and Orange line
Parking - Our building has a parking garage (http://en.parkopedia.com/parking/underground/washington_harbour_center/20007/washington/) The entrance is on the river side of K street (under Whitehurst Freeway), between Thomas Jefferson St. and 30th St. It's a flat $12 after 4PM.
Once you've parked or have arrived at the Washington Harbor complex, our building is the one on the left if you are looking towards the river. The entrance is at street level, to the left of the smaller fountain (if you see Tony & Joes or Sequoia, go up the stairs away from the river and turn right). The doors are locked but we will have someone at the front desk from 6:30 until 8, so just knock.
Here is a link to a map with the parking garage entrance and our building entrance marked:
Please RSVP if you plan on attending. Thanks!