Elm Meetup – Using Elm + TensorFlow.js to make cool images! by Noon Van Der Silk

Every 1st Monday of the month

Culture Amp

Level 2 29 Stewart Street · Richmond

How to find us

From the Stewart Street exit of Richmond Station, look to the right for the alley with the “41-43 Stewart St” sign. Start down the alley, then take the first left. The entrance to 29 Stewart St will be on your right, and Culture Amp is on Level 2.

Location image of event venue


Using Elm + TensorFlow.js to make cool images!

This month Noon Van Der Silk will talk about a fun little project involving TensorFlow.js and Elm; inspired by the "TensorFlow Playground"!

After that we will have the usual chat about Elm over pizza, then break out our laptops to collaborate on whatever Elm-related projects attendees have on the go. This is also a great opportunity to tackle the official Elm tutorial (https://guide.elm-lang.org) to try Elm for the first time!

Food, drink and WiFi will be provided thanks to our awesome sponsor, Culture Amp.

Don’t forget your laptop!

About Elm:

Elm (https://elm-lang.org) is a delightful programming language for building user interfaces for web apps.

It compiles to JavaScript, and includes features similar to popular JavaScript frameworks like React, Vue.js, AngularJS, and a strong type system with the same benefits as TypeScript or Flow. Its compiler also has the best error messages you've ever seen!