Tuesday, January 27, 2015

6:30 PM


4210 Shawnee Mission Pkwy, Fairway, KS (map)

  • Aaron will give a brief overview of Erlang language construction, features and syntax, followed by an overview of Erlang's concurrency model using both code and an explanation of common constructs.
    About the speaker
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    New Attendees
    Welcome! This is an easy meetup to get involved with. There are no functional programming experience expectations or prerequisites of any kind, though some talks are more advanced than others. These events are generally well suited to help infuse functional programming ideas into an existing programming skill set.
    Location Details 
    The address is 4210 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Suite 400A.
    C2FO offices are on the top floor of the same building in which Fairway, KS City Hall is located. This building is right behind Stroud's restaurant and LLKC attendees should be able to gain entry from any door. .
    Additional Notes 
    I hope to provide pizza, and will update this when we have confirmation.

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    Cerner Continuous Campus

    10200 Abilities Way, Kansas City, KS 66111, Kansas City, KS (map)

    Anand Bhadouria is a strategic, Cloud Technology leader with over 22 years of global experience in application & IT infrastructure, Management Consulting, Enterprise Architecture, Pre-Sales and Project Management. Currently Anand is working with HP as Cloud Chief Technologist and helps HP customers on building Private and Public Cloud.
    Prior to joining HP, Anand was working as Sr. Technology Strategist/ Enterprise Architect at Rackspace, helping F1000 customers in the Eastern region of the US. Anand was writing regular blogs and whitepapers on Big Data, Cloud Strategy and Cloud Security on Rackspace’s website. Anand has spent multiple years with EMC Consulting, Infosys and Nortel Networks.


    Wednesday, October 29, 2014

    7:00 PM

    H&R Block

    One H&R Block Block Way, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • In the old office in the front. Tell security in parkng you are there for the UG meeting
  • Touch, UI interactions, inputs, and what makes a good mobile app. I'll update as soon as the speaker ok's the topic.

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  • DeVry University

    11224 Holmes Road, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • Come through the front or back door. If arriving after 8:30, you'll need to text somebody to let you in.
  • CCCKC Weekly Open House Meeting
    Members and guests are welcome to attend our weekly Open House meeting at our current location, DeVry University on Holmes Road. We are located in room 115, the "Bookstore" room. Enter through the front or back doors (the room is closest to the back). Doors get locked at 8:30 pm so if you need someone to let you in, text the phone number below.
    Members start gathering around 6:30, and the business meeting (if there is one for that night) is at 8:00 pm.
    Bring your projects! We want to see what you're working on, collaborate, or even help out!

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  • Cerner Innovation Campus

    10236 Marion Park Drive, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • We have a unique opportunity to listen to the talk that Michelle Brush, one of our own chapter leaders did at Strangeloop. Way to go Michelle!!!
    The talk lasts about 45 minutes. The rest of the time we will use to network with other nerdettes.
    Here is the abstract of her talk:
    Fractals have uses beyond generating virtual coastlines and making colorful dorm room posters. In particular, space-filling curves such as Hilbert or Morton (Z-Order) are immensely valuable in building data structures to store and search multidimensional data. This talk will cover the practical uses of space-filling curves, how they are implemented, and how they can be used to improve traditional data structures.
    Thanks to Cerner for hosting by providing the space as well as Pizza and beverages! As always, we expect all participants to follow our code of conduct.

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    Tuesday, October 28, 2014

    6:00 PM

  • Snow and Company

    1815 Wyandotte, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • Look for the friendly techies, probably at the tables to the left when you come in.
  • See the title.
    We don't have any preset plans. Just come, eat & drink, and meet people. Anyone is welcome even if he or she isn't in the tech field. We all were there once. It's very casual - as long as you're wearing clothes acceptable in public places, you're good with us!
    Please join the discussion on our facebook page too:

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    Tuesday, October 28, 2014

    6:00 PM

    8700 State Line Road, Leawood, KS (map)

  • The best websites on the interwebs do the same thing - provide great information and draw users back for more. While content is important, it is paramount that a site be simple and very usable. We will look at several modern webpage features that can make sites easy, appealing, and intuitive to use including parallax, collapsing banners, collapsed content, and notification messages. We will discuss the UX behind these features and some ways they can be misused, and we will build examples of the front-end display portion.
    Presented By: Al Wilkinson
    Al has been programming professionally for more than a decade. While primarily focusing on web apps, he has also worked on a variety of other software from mobile apps to databases to device drivers for companies from tech giants to startups. Al is currently focusing on web and mobile spaces where he likes to work and play in C# .Net MVC, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, all while intentionally thinking about the user experience of it all. Not only does Al enjoy learning, he has a passion for helping and teaching others.
    Sponsored By: AdvantageTech

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