Meet fellow Elm developers and exchange ideas & techniques. We strive to be inclusive for all people and skill levels. We run bi-monthly hack evenings, and bi-monthly workshops for developers underrepresented in the broader programming community.
An Elm Code Night is a place to learn and make cool stuff together. This time it will be hosted online!
We're going to start with short (5–10 min) improvised talks, so if you have a project to demo or raise a discussion, please participate — no preparation needed!
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 when:
1. You are new to Elm — Whether you are getting stuff installed or writing your first program, it will be way easier when you can talk to someone who has done it before!
2. You want to start a project — Maybe you have been eyeing Elm but don't know how it will work for your project. The fastest way is to ask us about the specifics or pair with someone here.
3. You are looking to do some open source work — there are always interesting projects to improve Elm, and talking with contributors is a great way to dive in.