Functional Miners is an IT meet-up organized in Silesian region, for people interested in computer science topics oriented around distributed systems, functional programming, functional languages, and programming languages theory in general.
If we gained your interest, we encourage you to participate in the next event, see details below. If you are still in doubt if that meet-up is for you, feel free to look on summary of our activity from 2017 down below. Also we are organizing a reading club around aforementioned topics.
We meet regularly on the 3rd or 4th Tuesday on monthly basis, interleaving Functional Miners and Computer Science Nerdz meetings.
Event starts at , and talks around . Our next meeting is planned as following:
Functional Miners 03.2019
- Phoenix Framework
Talks and Speakers
Title: Let there be light: from nothing to a running application
Abstract: In this talk we're going to explore the boot process of the Erlang virtual machine. We'll trace the code path from the beginning of the C main function until the Application.start/2 callback is executed. We'll see how the C code interacts with the Erlang code, how the Erlang code is loaded, what is the first Erlang code to run, and finally how applications are started.
Bio: Elixir Core Team Member
You can also ask a direct question here via Facebook:
If you are interested to give a talk on one of following topics, please drop us a line. We are always looking for speakers in advance. The same goes with topics which you miss on our events - please let us know what talk or workshop we should organize, or what kind of activity we are lacking as a community.
Also, if you are interested in being a sponsor of that event - let’s stay in touch.
Summary of 2017
Our user group started in 2016 and we are active since then. Older events are be available in the archive, feel free to explore them. For those of you who likes more Below you can find summary of our activity in the 2017: