Elm Europe will be a two-day conference dedicated to Elm, taking place in Paris on June, 8-9th 2017.
The event is organized by the Elm community, for the Elm community, with the willing of sharing knowledge, news about the language, and meeting interesting people.
I’m mostly frontend dev (JS, PHP, HTML, CSS), working on RAYNET CRM. II love FP (Haskell, Elm, Clojure[Script]). Maths education, happily married :)
Frontend developer at NoRedInk, specialising in Elm and ops. It’s my job to make sure that our Elm is compiling, the tests are passing, and to ensure that any time anyone gets blocked or stuck with Elm, unblock them.
Robin used to be a web developer in Norway. Currently he studies radiographic imaging, but still dabbles in Elm in his free time. He is the maintainer of elm-community/dict-extra, and is the developer behind the new array implementation in Elm.
Developer, designer, language enthusiast, yogi, cook. A friendly, straightforward fellow with eager-to-pedal feet, a green thumb and a curious mind.
Josh Steiner is a developer at thoughtbot, maintainer of the Elixir library ExMachina, and author of Testing Rails. His current interests include Elm/Native, Elixir, and Haskell.
I work at Pivotal, specifically on Tracker, which is now happily using Elm in production after some heavy-duty evangelizing on my part. I also run the Denver Elm Developers meetup group, hosted at Pivotal, and I have been making Elm tutorial videos for SitePoint’s upcoming premium Elm course.
I spend my spare time hacking on Elm, writing stories, making games, and traveling.
My wife has said, “Why can’t you speak somewhere cool, like Paris!” So I am delighted for this opportunity now!
I am a highly driven technology aficionado with a particular love for the web, snowboarding, and a ridiculous pursuit of endless new hobbies.
I believe technology should make life simple and joyful, and I enjoy being able to prove so.
I’m an Australian currently living in London with my wife, working for locomote.com as Head of Technology, where we can almost say we have Elm in production!
Preethi is a software and UI engineer at Sapien.ai, where she designs and develops user interfaces and builds conversation dialogues using AI. She’s passionate about conversation interfaces and the future of human vs. AI interactions. She also writes about all things web development on Medium and her blog.
She was previously a front-end & API engineer at Coinbase, a digital currency platform, where she helped architect and rebuild their front-end in React.js and other modern web technologies.
Murphy works using Elm on the front-end building journaling software at Bloom Built. He hosts the Elm Town podcast, and tries to be a nice guy.
Matt is a Developer-in-Residence at Cornell Tech who loves fast, unbreakable prototyping.
Brian Hicks is the CTO of Asteris, a devops consultancy based in St. Louis, MO. He organizes elm-conf US, blogs about Elm (and other things) at brianthicks.com and runs the St. Louis Tech Slack. He enjoys biking around St. Louis, hanging out with his wife, and tweeting about his cat.
Before that, I made a company that was building a bugtracker that was built in React (with a python backend). The company was not a financial success but quite interesting technically. And even before that, I worked for a video game company (3DDUO) and built web games.
Tomek created elm-live – a tool widely used and loved by the Elm community. As an engineer at Lystable, he crafts delightful user interfaces and helps shape an engineering culture which allows everyone to unleash their superpowers.
With a degree in Architecture (yeah, building houses), he’s been using Elm for a number of exciting University projects – and a mind-blowing app for makers soon coming to the market.
I build the frontend for Opbeat. Got into Elm and it has basically taken over my life now. I’m in the process of implementing Elm into our React.js codebase at Opbeat and I wrote elm-plot because we needed charts.
Andrey is a frontend engineer at SoundCloud. His journey into Elm was through programming games, most notably elm-flatris and elm-street-404. The latter got him interested in WebGL and then he became a maintainer of the library. Apart from work, he enjoys live music in Berlin and is a yoga newbie.
Noah is a software developer living in Brooklyn, NY. When he’s not evangelizing Elm to anyone who will listen, he’s probably watching bad old movies or playing with his cat, Finn. He works at Gust, where his coworkers will one day succumb to his constant onslaught of Elm-related Slack posts and convert their entire front-end stack to Elm.
Metro 7 - Villejuif Louis Aragon
15 minutes from Orly airport with shuttle.
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