Anyone that does C/C++ development, LLVM development in the Central Texas area, and anyone that’s interested in learning more about the LLVM compiler infrastructure is welcome to join. Our format will be a brief technical discussion, then time at the end for discussion and socialization.
Laravel Austin is a group for people in Austin, TX that are interested in learning, exploring, and sharing knowledge about the Laravel PHP framework.
See you at 7PM!
Meet other local Python programming language enthusiasts! Ask your questions about any aspect of Python development, including “how do I start learning Python?”
You may also join the merged APUG/AWPUG mailing list to participate in more discussions. Visit http://austinpython.org to sign up!
Additionally, you can find us on IRC in the #austinpy channel on Freenode.
This group is focused on Clojure and related Lisp languages specifically Common Lisp and Scheme as they strongly influence the approach Clojure takes. Java is a foundational system for Clojure, but the focus is not on the Java language, but the JVM and associated libraries that are the power base for Clojure. Functional programming, multi-methods, etc. will be discussed and demoed with the focus on real-world uses and power. Abstraction and advanced techniques will be discussed as well. We’re looking for people who want to talk, demo as well as give lightning talks at the REPL so that people can follow along.
Topics include Clojure for creating MineCraft bots, Clojure for Social Data Mining, etc. See you at 7PM!
This is a group devoted to Ruby, a great language used for things beyond rails. We talk about Sinatra, Deep dives into the workings of Ruby, other things we find interesting as Rubyists and practicing Ruby by doing katas in the second half of every meeting.
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.
A support group for Emacs users of all stripes who are on the lookout to sharpen the tools with which they ply their trade.
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!
Have an interest in learning to code, but don’t know where to start? This workshop is crafted for total beginners looking for an entry to the wonderful world of coding!
We’ll have snacks and drinks on hand!
To prepare/What to bring:
-Your laptop and charger
-Please have both Git and VScode downloaded
-Create a Github account
-Patience and persistence!
Space is limited, so only one ticket per person, but feel free to share the event with friends!
Unfortunately, we are unable to validate parking in the Omni parking deck. We encourage attendees to utilize street parking in the area. We’ll have someone to greet you in the lobby and show you to our workshop room. If you have any questions, reach out to email@example.com
Regardless of your specific background or current technical stack, anyone who wants to be a well-rounded web app developer and keep a finger on the pulse of modern development will love this group.
Our format will have several areas of focus, which go beyond the typical single-framework/language meetup
We want each meetup to focus on one or two specific areas of web technology and dive into them deeply enough to be really informative. There are so many tools, libraries and frameworks out there that no one has time to evaluate everything. Just a few examples of things we might dive into, in no particular order: RequireJS, Bower, Jasmine, Backbone, CoffeeScript, HAML, SASS/LESS, jQuery, Angular, etc.
Basically, you don’t have time to attend every topic-specific meetup in the world, so we’ll bring the most interesting topics to our meetup!