Discussions tend to revolve around
2. Using Reason to build fast, natively compiled programs
3. Writing safe code and ensuring we catch errors early
4. Tooling and workflow tips
5. Challenges seen in current software practises and how can employ Reason's core ideas to solve them - eg React model for package management
6. Leveling up functional programming practises
The list is not exhaustive - the OCaml (and in general functional programming community) has been introducing academic research backed insights in daily software development. Potentially, Reason/OCaml could make us rethink a lot about how we develop software. New ideas are very much welcome!
* What to expect?
Talks, hands-on workshops, study groups, tooling issues, panel discussions - basically any learning that it more fun when done together. And we're always listening to ideas with respect to this.
* Code of Conduct
Reason Bangalore (more correctly Bengaluru) is an inclusive community, committed to providing a safe, friendly and welcoming environment for all - regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, ability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and religion (or lack thereof).
This code of conduct outlines our expectations for all those who participate in our community, as well as the consequences for unacceptable behaviour. We invite all those who participate in Reason Bangalore to help us create safe and positive experiences for everyone.