Come join us to learn Elm and work on projects!
The Chicago Elm Code Night is about meeting other folks interested in the language and helping each other learn the language. Community members can spend a short time at the beginning of the night showing something they've created and then we'll break off and write some code.
8th Light (https://8thlight.com/) will generously provide us with their space, and HubTran (https://www.hubtran.com) is sponsoring the food.
The Elm community greatly values inclusion and openly welcomes newcomers. Some great reasons to attend:
• You're new to Elm - even if you've never tried it before! There will be experienced users around to help out.
• You've tried Elm, you're thinking about investing some time in it and want to see some examples or find more learning resources.
• You want to pair on something or come up with ideas for projects or open source packages.
• You want to talk with some nice folks about functional programming and UI.
Please observe that Chicago Elm has a Code of Conduct (http://www.meetup.com/chicago-elm/pages/20061897/Non-Discrimination_and_Anti-Harassment_Policy/)