• No Agenda, Simply Drinks.

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    Hi Friends, Every month 150+ software engineers are using talent.io to find a job in Berlin! We thought it would be cool to invite all of you for a dink! We would also like to welcome engineers that have recently found a job with us and are arriving in the city after relocation, so they can meet some cool people outside of work. There will be strictly no agenda, just drinks and meeting new people. Feel free to also bring a software engineering friend and lets have have a jolly good time. Here are the rules: 1. Sign up here 2. Come to the bar every first Wednesday of the month, 6:30pm 3. First drink is on us! 4. Meet the coolest people in town!

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    Hi Friends, Every month 150+ software engineers are using talent.io to find a job in Berlin! We thought it would be cool to invite all of you for a dink! We would also like to welcome engineers that have recently found a job with us and are arriving in the city after relocation, so they can meet some cool people outside of work. There will be strictly no agenda, just drinks and meeting new people. Feel free to also bring a software engineering friend and lets have have a jolly good time. Here are the rules: 1. Sign up here 2. Come to the bar every first Wednesday of the month, 6:30pm 3. First drink is on us! 4. Meet the coolest people in town!

  • Scala, not just a Village in Italy!

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    Scala was voted the most popular JVM based scripting language in 2012 and saw a lot of adoption among startups and digital companies in Berlin. Thus since its first appearance in 2004 the Scala village developed into a "prospering city" as the language is used by companies like Soundcloud, Twitter, Apple and many more. We invited three amazing Scala Engineers to talk about their best practice on: Introduction to Akka Streams Maciek Gorywoda, Wire We will start with a bit of theory behind Reactive Streams and a discussion about one of the common problems in distributed programming: load balancing. Then we'll talk about Akka Streams, one of R.S. implementations, and go through a simple code example. Reactive Programming in the Browser with Scala.js and Rx Luka Jacobowitz, codecentric AG In this talk we’ll learn how to build UIs using only pure functions with the help of Reactive Programming and Scala.js. We will take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of this approach, explore OutWatch, a new UI Library based on Rx, look at what works well, identify more challenging tasks and unlock the full potential of functional design and type safety with functional programming in the browser. Recursion schemes and fixed point data types in Scala Arthur Kushka, AutoScout24 It’s always a challenge to build a good abstraction during work on library. Recursion schemes is a perfect way to reduce complexity of codebase and provide readable, tree-like interface for your customers. The Speakers: Maciek Gorywoda comes from Poland, where he was coding in Scala for the last few years both professionally and on hobby projects. Recently he moved to Berlin to work for Wire as a Scala/Android developer. He's a huge fan of Akka. And bicycles. Follow Maciek on twitter - @makingthematrix. Luka Jacobowitz is a Software Consultant at codecentric focusing on functional and reactive programming. Always interested in trying new things and lover of all things open source. He is the author of the reactive UI library https://outwatch.github.io and you can find his cv at http://stackoverflow.com/cv/lukajacobowitz. Luka tweets under @LukaJacobowitz and blogs under http://lukajcb.github.io/blog. Arthur Kushka is passionate developer that writes freaky stuff on Scala for last three years. In love with pure functions and their composition. Working on streaming data processing and event sourced, CQRS services in AutoScout24. Find Arthur on twitter under @arhelmus. About our hosts This event is kindly hosted by our friends from Wire, a European start-up building a modern, fully secure and private, communications experience. Wire's team comes from a wide range of backgrounds, united by shared passion for communication, design and technology. About talent.io On talent.io, we’ve flipped the traditional recruitment model on its head. Companies ‘apply’ to tech candidates, not the other way around. Our candidates on average get more than 5 offers in a week, thus making talent.io the quickest way to find a job (3 week average between signup and signing of the contract). With Stacktrace, we'd like to support the Berlin tech community with a platform to share knowledge and insight on how to design, develop and grow a digital company from the tech perspective.

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  • Stacktrace RC.9 - JavaScript Everywhere

    Delodi Offices

    Back in the days, when some of us were writing their first alert ('hello world') in Netscape Browser, nobody could imagine that this language would one day be used in so many ways as it is used today. With JavaScript we can write browser applications, use it server side, write mobile apps within the webview as well as native apps, we can even write desktop applications with it. There are AI libraries out there and even databases written in JavaScript. Where is the limit? What else is out there? We have teamed up with the people of Geek2Geek and Delodi to produce the event and potentially join forces in the future! We are looking forward to three amazing speakers! Testing Javascript From a Frontend Perspective Frédéric Cabassut, Software Developer JS Applications are getting more and more complex it is becoming a must to not only trust in god, that everything works well after the next release. AI and Javascript with Synaptic Lian Li, Software Developer, Datenfreunde, Hamburg Have you ever been in a betting pool for your local football league? Then you might know, how exhausting it is, to come up with sensible result for every single game and most of us are not using the scientific method... at all. No need to fret about it anymore! I'll show you how to write a program that learns to predict football scores with the help of the node.js library synaptic. ReactJS Native Jonathan Moore, CTO, N3xtcoder, Berlin Jonathan, former CTO of Team Europe and Gründerszene will give us an intro either on React or React Native. We’ll provide updated information soon! Thanks to Delodi and talent.io for organizing the event and bringing the speakers together. We’ll have food sponsored from Green Gurus and the event will be recorded. Talent.io will also kindly cover the speaker’s expenses and make contributions per speaker towards projects like Travis CI Foundation and JS Foundation. Looking forward to see as many of you as possible!

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  • Stacktrace Berlin RC.8 - Alan Duric , CTO @ Wire

    Hello everybody, Another edition of Stacktrace is coming up! We have Alan Duric, the CTO of Wire (https://www.wire.com/) speaking, on the challenges of growing and scaling a company. Wire has started three years ago, and has through the path of striving for exceptional audio quality released their product for iOS, Android and OS X. Their highly competent and technically superior team has been innovating in the field of messaging and sets standards for the others to follow. We can learn more about their specific technical challenges, building the team and all around through the words of their CTO. We will have an informal discussion afterwards where we can learn from each other as always. This time we have Stacktrace as TOA Berlin (http://toa.berlin/) Satellite. We are very happy to be a part of it! Please RSVP on Eventbrite as well, because places are limited. RSVP here (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stacktrace-berlin-rc8-alan-duric-co-founder-and-cto-wire-tickets-17603455409?utm_campaign=order_confirm&utm_medium=email&ref=eemailordconf&utm_source=eb_email&utm_term=eventname)! The teams of webcrowd (http://webcrowd.net/) and hub:raum (http://webcrowd.net/) are very excited to host you!

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  • Stacktrace Berlin RC.7 - Mathias Meyer, CEO @ Travis CI

    Dear friends, We have the pleasure to have Mathias Meyer (https://twitter.com/roidrage), CEO @ TravisCI (https://travis-ci.org/), this time at Stacktrace! Mathias will be speaking about TravisCI's three scaling challenges as a bootstrapped developer-focused company, touching on building and growing the business from an open source project, on the technology scaling challenges we were facing and on the people challenges that eventually followed. Needless to say, it's gonna be awesome! For the older members of the group, yes we tried to do this two months ago as well, but Mathias got sick so we are giving it another try! It's definitely worth it. We would love to see you! The most valuable part of the event are the very relaxed and informal discussions after, where we can all learn from each other. The teams of webcrowd (http://webcrowd.net/) and hub:raum (http://webcrowd.net/) are very excited to host you!

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  • Stacktrace Berlin RC.6 - Amaury Groc (Product Owner @ Ableton)

    Dear Friends! We are looking forward to welcome you to the sixth 'release candidate' of Stacktrace Berlin on the 7th of April 2015, 7pm at Ableton. Our speaker will be Amaury Groc, Product Owner @ Ableton (https://www.ableton.com/) Amaury Groc has been working at Ableton for the last 10 years as a product owner, surfing between conception, design and project management for Live, Ableton's flagship product. Amaury also composes for theatre and dance, an adventure that started about 20 years ago. He started and continues to work with Rene Miggliaccio (link (http://compagniedelalettre5.com/), link (http://blackmoontheatrecompany.org/)) and has been collaborating on a few creations with Richard Siegal (link (http://www.thebakery.org/)) amongst notable artist, before retiring to focus on Ableton and family. Amaury is passionate about software that meets people, music, composition and art in general. Amaury will speak about the development of Ableton Live, the evolution of their product suite, and Ableton’s agile development approach. Ableton was founded in 1999 and since then has grown into a leader in the music production industry. Join us and learn how their development process contributes to their success! See the video they made about the development process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tILlZRLhBJE Stacktrace explores technical leadership positions by discussing typical day-to-day activities and challenges. The meetup’s goal is to shed light on what you can expect, and how you can perform better as a technical leader. The meetup is organised by Webcrowd, the tech recruitment agency in Berlin. www.stacktrace-berlin.de (http://www.stacktrace-berlin.de/) www.webcrowd.net (http://www.webcrowd.net/) We are looking forward to seeing you!

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