Jun
28
6:00 PM18:00

Clojure + D3

 

D3.js is a powerful JavaScript library that helps generate beautiful visualizations in the browser by mapping Arrays and Objects to DOM elements. Because of D3’s functional-style API, it works very well with ClojureScript! In this talk, I’ll go over how D3’s API works in ClojureScript with various examples and show useful ClojureScript libraries that make creating visualizations more fun.

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Jun
14
to Jun 20

Grid Coworking

  • Grid Collaborative Workspaces (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We'll be at new Grid co-working office in Denver (Baker to be exact). Come stop by it you'd like to discuss blockchain security, smart contracts, Clojure development, or anything tech.

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Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

Discover the Ethereum Name Service W/ David J Ryan

 

Remembering your Ethereum public address can be HUGE challenge. It’s a 42 character long hexadecimal string that is not optimized for human readability E.G. (0x28c0579bac08317300fe591d42ed66fefc7efcd2) but it is essential to interacting with the Ethereum Blockchain.

Luckily the awesome developers at Ethereum came up with a solution to this problem. They created the Ethereum Name Service (ENS), which is very similar to the Domain Name Service (DNS) that we currently use on the internet to make websites more human readable/friendly.

Come learn how you can create your own .eth name to turn your robot friendly public address into a human friendly public address.
 

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Jun
12
6:00 PM18:00

June Develop Happy Hour

Come hang out with fellow members of the growing Denver/Boulder tech scene. Everyone is welcome. Come to learn, make contacts or discuss your latest project. No speaker, no agenda, no code knowledge necessary, just drinks.

Monthly Happy Hour. We are always open to suggestions for new venues to host the happy hour. Please feel free to message the us with any ideas.

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Real World Lessons from Microservices
Apr
17
7:00 PM19:00

Real World Lessons from Microservices

Daniel will be presenting for the Atlanta Java Users Group (AJUG) on Real World Lessons from Microservices.

Microservices are all the latest rage but are they right for your particular project and organization? What are some of the benefits and challenges you face when using this pattern? How do tools like Kubernetes, queues, and smart routers enable various solutions, and what tradeoffs do they expose? Recent articles make it sound like your only choices are to either use Microservices or monoliths, we’re here to take a more nuanced look at a range of pragmatic architectures.

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