What we're about

This is a group for anyone interested in software development, whether that be web, mobile, or game development and everything in between.

We cover a very wide range of topics not specific to any particular programming technology. Some topics that might be covered include, but are not limited to, Node.js, PHP, Go, Angular, Vue.js, Docker, Unity3D, Internet of Things (IoT), Java, TypeScript, NativeScript, Android, and iOS.

The Tracy Developer Meetup is family friendly. All ages and skill levels are encouraged to come and participate.

The group is always looking for speakers. If you're interested in sharing something awesome with this group, shoot us a message.

Upcoming events (3)

Developing Amazon Alexa Skills with the Go Programming Language

Description: Ever want to develop applications for your Amazon Alexa virtual assistant? Maybe you're looking for a feature or functionality that doesn't already exist on your virtual assistant. We're going to take a look at developing and publishing Skills, which are the applications that power Alexa, using Golang and AWS Lambda. Speaker: Nic Raboy - @nraboy About the Speaker: Nic Raboy is an advocate of modern web and mobile development technologies. He has experience in Java, JavaScript, Golang and a variety of frameworks such as Angular, NativeScript, and Apache Cordova. Nic writes about his development experiences related to making web and mobile development easier to understand.

Horton Hears a Vue - An Ecosystem OverVue


Title: Horton Hears a Vue - An Ecosystem OverVue Description: In this presentation, we'll cover an introduction the Vue and it's surrounding ecosystem. This will include Vuex, the official Flux-inspired datastore for Vue, Vue's routing support, Vue CLI, and more! We'll be diving into how Vue functions, how it differs from other frameworks, and the similarities as well. Speaker: Corbin Crutchley About the Speaker: Corbin is a fairly strange but fun person to talk to. You'll often find him chatting about smartphones, JavaScript proposals, or his favorite soft drink. Has worked with many different front-end frameworks but never shys away from back-end code either.

Concurrent Application Development with Java, Node.js, and Golang

Description: This discussion will compare/contrast how 3 popular languages handle concurrency; Go with Goroutines and Channels, Java with traditional multi-threading, and Node.js with its default async work-flow and native Cluster module. Speaker: Daniel Lemburg About the Speaker: Daniel Lemburg is a full stack JavaScript developer who works primarily with Node.js, SQL, and Angular in the day-to-day, and has experience working with Java, Go, Ionic, and React in personal projects.

Past events (9)

Holiday Mixer 2018


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