Weekend Workshop: Cross-Lang Code Katas

Public group


Arthur van Schendelstraat 500 · Utrecht

How to find us

By train, head to Utrecht Vaartsche Rijn train station and then walk over. By bus, get off at the Bleekstraat stop, walk across the street, and turn the corner. By car, there's paid parking in the street.

Location image of event venue


Announcing our biggest event this year: a full day of solving code katas in any programming language you can think of!

Doors Open - 9:30
Opening & First Kata Revealed - 10:00
Lunch - 12:30
Closing: 16:00
Afterparty: 16:10

How does it work?
Just bring your laptop and a willingness to try something new. We'll bring a rotating set of code katas you can solve solo or in teams. Once you've solved it, submit your solution and try it again in a completely different language.

Want to try something new? We'll have coaches to help you find idiomatic solutions in languages you've only heard about on Hacker News. ;-)

Feeling lucky? Spin the Wheel'O'Languages and leave your fate in the hand of RNG!

Want to show off your favorite language? Hang up a sign and help folks who want to try it!

What to install? We'll have a reference sheet on getting started in all kinds of languages, either in Docker or just your browser.

This workshop is made possible by the fine folks at Infi (https://infi.nl/); they've graciously offered space, catering and friendly faces to make this possible. So put on your dancing shoes and let's get Groovy (or Kotlin? Or Haskell? Maybe Rust? Visual Basic? Elixir! Oh, what about Elm?)