Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 6:30:00 PM Lawrence Public Library 707 Vermont St, Lawrence, KS

We're experimenting with a quarterly format for our show-and-tell-style meetups at the Library. Over the years, we've had great presentations on web and mobile development, data, hardware, editors, and tooling.

Two talks lined up so far:

• Ross Fuhrman: Glitch— provides a live coding environment to remix and share JavaScript apps ranging from the latest framework to bots to hardware projects. We'll take a look at how this works and at a few sample apps.

• Aaron Sumner: Automating (part of) the code review process—how I integrated code analysis tools, the GitHub pull request API, and a command line tool library to automatically submit style guide suggestions in pull requests.

But there will be plenty of time for more! We've got a couple of soft commits for other talks, but have time for you, too.

If you have something you want to share, please leave a comment here or DM Aaron. Talks are informal in nature, but expect to show and discuss your work—in other words, slides are optional, but no product pitches, please.

Meeting room A, downstairs Click here for event

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