Entrance behind Vancouver City Center station. Take elevator to 4th floor.
WANT TO HEAR A TALK ABOUT A THING?
Include #lattetopics in a tweet to @codecoffeeyvr with talk requests & talk ideas. We'll share it with the community and some speakers will hopefully pick them up! ??
6:30pm: Drink coffee, eat timbits and mingle!
6:45pm: Short Talks:
Stephen Belanger (@stephenbelanger) - Making domain-specific languages with parser generators
An intro to how one can use parser generators to describe a technical problem through implementation of a custom language.
Yorman (@cixtor) - Introduction to the Go Programming Language
Learn Go in 15 minutes or less; 5 minutes introduction to the language, 5 minutes CLI, 5 minutes web API
7:30pm: Work/discussion period (for technology passion projects)
8:30pm: Thank you everyone!
Our talks are quick 10-15 minute presentations. We welcome speaker submissions from developers of any experience level. We require that speaker topics fall within the technology realm (ie. this is not the place to pitch a business idea). If you would like to speak at a future event, please send us a message or talk to us at one of the events. Check out our speaker's package here: http://github.com/Code-and-Coffee-YVR/Speaker-Package
Want to carve out some creative code time where you can work on your projects without anybody looking over your shoulder or wondering when you'll be finished with that feature? Or maybe there's a language or technology that you've really wanted to try but haven't found the time to do it!
Do yourself a favor and come out to Code & Coffee where you can sit down and code to your heart's content on whatever project you bring! Whatever the language and level, show up.
MUST HAVE: An upbeat positive attitude and have zero tolerance for stereotypes.
This meetup does not accept project proposals and we are not a recruiting event.
Come join us on Slack! We have a #code-and-coffee room on Vancouver Developers! (https://yvrdev.slack.com/messages/code-and-coffee/)