ACM Chicago is a non-profit professional group that meets regularly to discuss diverse topics in computer science such as predictive analytics, applied machine learning, statistical modeling, open data, and data visualization, user experience, user research, and artificial neural networks. Meeting topics are varied and range from tutorials on basic concepts and their applications, to success stories from local practitioners and academic students, to discussions of tools, new technologies, and best practices. All are welcome to attend, to meet others, and to present their work.
Live at Loyola University in Chicago and Simulcast on Zoom Loyola University and the Chicago Chapter of the ACM presents "Flutter! Zero slides, all code!"
Abstract: Flutter is a portable UI tooling that it is completely changing the landscape of UI development. Whether you are building a mobile app, a website, a desktop app… or the navigation system of a car, Flutter will speed up your development process and will unlock the most beautiful UIs you can imagine.
During this session, let’s put the framework to work! Zero slides, all code! Experience firsthand the beauty of Flutter!
Jorge Coca - Head of Engineering @ Very Good Ventures
Jorge is a Spanish engineer lost in Chicago! His passion is to help teams of all size to be successful in their Flutter adventures. He previously worked at BMW, leading the Android and Flutter practices. Jorge is also a Google Developer Expert in Flutter.
Loyola University, Lake Shore Campus, is in the East Rogers Park area of Chicago. Exact location to be provided later. Campus map Parking Loyola University asks for proof of vaccination. Masks are not required in the presentation space.
(Times are Central Daylight Time)
6:00pm - brief intros
6:05pm - Talk by Thomas Haigh
7:10 pm – Q&A
7:30 pm - end
Registration for Zoom
Note: You must register with Zoom for the remote broadcast, registering in Meetup does not give you access to the Zoom meeting.