• Polyhack 21

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    Hi All! Looking forward to seeing everybody out this month! Talks: Alex Wilmer - Sampling & Sequencing in the browser. Simon Stern - React Native Boilerplates Gru Sarn - Unit testing Vue Apps Evan Savage - From Microfilm to Microservices: Evolving Technology at the City of Toronto We love RSVPs, so if you've got a sec, definitely let us know you're coming. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. Cheers! Zach

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  • GoCon Canada!

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    Details TBD! More information at https://gocon.ca/ The date here is tentative and likely will change. If you'd like to speak, sponsor or get involved, let us know at [masked]

  • Polyhack 20

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    Hi All! Looking forward to seeing everybody out this month! Talks for the month: Danny O'Sullivan - The life and times of Vim Jacquelyne Grindrod - Chaos Engineering Harry Mills - Testing in different languages We love RSVPs, so jump on meetup if you've got a sec and let us know you're coming. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. Cheers! Zach

  • Polyhack 19

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    Hi All! Really excellent talks lined up for this month. Very excited to see everybody out! Nicole Chung - Typescript in a React App Ben Hare - Why should devs know devops? Valentin Tsatskin - Intervention Art Project We love RSVPs, so definitely let us know you're coming if you have a sec. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. Cheers! Zach

  • Polyhack 18

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    Hi All! Talks for the month: Sam MacPherson - Crypto - Web 3.0 where we are at Danny O'Sullivan - The life and times of Vim Alex Kallaway - Intro to Go Big thanks to our sponsor for the night, Toptal! https://www.toptal.com/ We love RSVPs, so jump on meetup if you've got a sec and let us know you're coming. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. Cheers! Zach

  • Polyhack 17

    Fionn MacCool's

    Hi All! Talks for the month: Michael W (https://9thzero.com/) - Creating your very own blockchain Connor Minielly - Animation Fundamentals For Programmers Like You and Me™ Eugene Trounev - Web Application frontend architecture Tasveer Singh - Taz will share career advice from his experience as an 11 year old kid learning JavaScript to make a video game to supporting Toronto’s software community and scaling up software teams. We love RSVPs, so jump on meetup if you've got a sec and let us know you're coming. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. Cheers! Zach

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  • Polyhack 16

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    Hi All! First Polyhack of the year, looking forward to starting out the year strong! Valentin Tsatskin (https://valentin.tsatsk.in/) - OpenCV Dance Party Dylan Bromell (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bromell/) - React Hooks 101 Alex Wilmer (https://github.com/alex-wilmer) - Riding the WaveTable during Simpler times & Robot Voices We love RSVPs, so jump on meetup if you've got a sec and let us know you're coming. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. Cheers! Zach

  • Polyhack 15

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    Hi All! Last Polyhack of the year, looking forward to seeing everybody out! Quinntyne Brown (https://github.com/QuinntyneBrown) - Creating Lightweight Performance Tests using Native Web Components (No Frameworks) Dan Steinman (https://jaxcore.com/) - Jaxcore Spin dial remote controls Lee Wilkins (http://leecyb.org) - Controlling DMX lighting as like WS2812b LEDs with Arduino Alex Wilmer (https://github.com/alex-wilmer): A proper synth can roar. Last time we built a synth using the low level tools provided by the chrome browser's web audio api. Before we jump back to JavaScript to level up our browser synth, let's hop into Ableton to get a sense of what a masterfully crafted digital synth can do. We love RSVPs, so jump on meetup if you've got a sec and let us know you're coming. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. Cheers! Zach

  • Polyhack 14

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    Hi All! The 14th iteration of Polyhack is coming soon. Looking forward to seeing everybody out! Hamza Javed (https://www.getorchard.com/) - Slouch or No Slouch? Tensorflow in JS Simon Stern (https://github.com/simistern) - Walking through Amazon lex, creating a small chatbot and connecting it to lambda Zach Goldstein (http://zachgoldstein.github.io) - Trippy triangles with ThreeJS. Myles Braithwaite (https://mylesb.ca/) - Fun with Python F-Strings Cheers! Zach

  • Polyhack 13

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    Polyhack 13! Fall is here! Or is it? Thanks to our speakers for the month! Alex Wilmer (https://github.com/alex-wilmer) - Let's make a synth (..in chrome..) Michael W (https://9thzero.com/) - Neo4j: A Movement to Kill the JOIN Sam Hogg (http://samhogg.com/) - Hit the ground running - practical tips for rapidly getting up to speed in engineering teams Also a big thanks to our sponsor for the event, Docsie! Check them out at https://www.docsie.io/ Docsie is a software documentation platform. It helps you create your software docs and embed them into your site with a string of Javascript. It's other uses include being a markdown editor and a headless CMS. www.docsie.io/markdown_editor/ We love RSVPs, so jump on meetup if you've got a sec and let us know you're coming. It really helps us get a sense for numbers. As always, any contributions to the sticker front will get a nice little shout-out in our intro slides, and we'll be more than willing to pimp your stickers throughout the night. It's our way of making it super easy to support us through a low-commitment sponsorship-lite type of situation. Cheers! Zach