Austin Go Language User Group is a user group to meet and discuss the Go programming language (golang).
From golang.org: The Go programming language is an open source project to make programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy to write programs that get the most out of multicore and networked machines, while its novel type system enables flexible and modular program construction. Go compiles quickly to machine code yet has the convenience of garbage collection and the power of run-time reflection. It’s a fast, statically typed, compiled language that feels like a dynamically typed, interpreted language.
This meetup is open to the public, we hope to see you there!
Join this Meetup for a discussion about the next generation of distributed consensus technology and the problems with public distributed networks today.
• Community site ( https://hashgraph.org )
• Website ( https://www.hedera.com )
• Hedera18 Livestream replay ( https://www.hedera18.com/ )
• Telegram ( http://t.me/hashgraph )
• Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/hashgraph/ )
• Twitter ( http://twitter.com/hashgraph )
We are a group dedicated to the advancement of the Internet Of Things here in Austin.
1. Provide informative sessions and speakers on IoT topics at our meetups from which members and guests can learn and stay current.
2. Maintain an environment that encourages member learning and resource sharing between members and guests.
3. Maintain a list of links, events, and resources relevant to IoT and our members.
4. Act as a first point contact for people seeking jobs in IoT, and companies and entrepreneurs with projects seeking talent.
The Internet of Things involves all aspects of everyday life. As such, everyone is welcome. All aspects of IoT will be covered at our meetups. These will include all of the technological, business, political, and social implications of this next revolution in Internet technology.
Join us for this monthly gathering of blockchain experts, executives, innovation leaders, crypto community organizers, crypto enthusiasts and of course those who want to learn more about exciting Blockchain industry.
BitAngels is the oldest network of investors in the crypto industry. We were originally founded in Austin over six years ago and now ready to be brought back to Texas.
Join us for free learning, food, drinks, and networking as we walk through the concepts of, and build an app with, React Hooks and GraphQL.
About this Event
As web developers we are notorious for always chasing the newest, shiniest toy, but don’t be fooled – GraphQL and React Hooks are here to stay!
The ISO/IEC just established a GQL (GraphQL) spec (the last time ISO created a totally new database spec was SQL, back in 1987!) and an ever-increasing number of React libraries are now using hooks, so what better time than the present to learn about these exciting new tools?
Join us as we explain the core concepts behind React Hooks and GraphQL, and then apply our fancy new knowledge to build an app in a code-along workshop.
We’ll provide food, drinks (including beer!), an opportunity to network, and plenty of useful information – all you need is a willingness to learn and your laptop, with Node already installed.
We are hosting this event as a partner of DeveloperWeek, but that doesn’t mean you have to buy a ticket to DeveloperWeek to attend – this event is open to everyone so feel free to join us!
6-6:30 – networking, with drinks (including beer!) and heavy hors d’oeuvres
6:30-8:30 – workshop
8:30-9 – networking, Q&A
Who Are We
We are Moove It, a software development agency with offices in Austin, Texas and Montevideo, Uruguay. We are a team of nearly 100 designers, developers, and project managers that love building elegant software for clients ranging from startups to Disney, MLB, Hulu, and more. We work across a variety of tech stacks and languages including Ruby, Node.js, Swift, and Java, and are always looking for talented teammates, so if you’re a mid-level or senior dev let’s chat!
DeveloperWeek is an annual software development conference here in Austin, as well as several other cities. This year it’s November 6th and 7th at the Palmer Event Center. Check out their website for more info and to buy tickets.
Parking is available in the Omni garage. If you arrive after 5pm and leave before 10pm, Capital Factory can validate parking for $7 at their 16th floor desk. You can also do street parking for free starting at 6pm. Capital Factory has more parking information on their site, too.
Once inside, follow the sign in the lobby to the elevators on the business office half of the building, and take them up to floor 8. We will be in the main area once you pass through the main doors.
If you can’t attend in-person, the event will be live streamed on the Austin Tech Live YouTube channel.
Thank you to Capital Factory for sponsoring event space in 2019 for the Austin Algorithms Meetup! Capital Factory is the center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas. They meet the best entrepreneurs in Texas and introduce them to their first investors, employees, mentors and customers.
Deep learning offers exciting solutions to an array of computer vision, natural language processing, and other data science problems, made possible by faster computing, richer data sets, and open source frameworks.
We invite talks from machine learners and data scientists applying TensorFlow to solve problems along with tutorials and lessons learned. Please, no sales pitches.
Austin Design Sprint is a monthly meetup targeted at GV Design Sprint enthusiasts. Each month we will highlight a Design Sprint case study and share insights and learnings specific to that company’s experience through the design sprint process.
Look forward to seeing you!