Concurrent Programming Meetup Groups

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IT industry in Sri Lanka is growing at an alarming rate. With Universities and institutions that produce world class IT professionals and a plethora of IT firms developing state of the art software, the Sri Lankan software industry has already shown

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Meet other local programmers interested in Clojure (and other Lisps and Schemes), functional programming, concurrent programming, and other alien technology.

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This group was originally formed to make its way through the book "Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: A Pragmatic Guide to Learning Programming Languages," by Bruce Tate. The book is a quick deep-dive into seven very different languages: Ruby, Io, Prolo

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New Language Learners
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The purpose of this group is to bring together the small-but-growing community of Go Language users.

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Scala, FP and stuff.

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Anyone interested in the Go programming language.

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The Chicago Clojure Group is open to anyone interested in discussing, learning, or using Clojure. The Chicago Clojure Group is not open to recruiters in any way. If your company is doing Clojure based work and you wish to post a Clojure opportunity p

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We like scaling big systems, do you? ArchCamp is a meetup for engineers, by engineers. The goal is to talk about building systems (often at high scale) without having to listen to any sales pitches. Event format: 20 min - mingle & discussion about t

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This is a group for anyone that is interested in learning more about the Go programming language. We invite novice developers to experienced developers to attend. We will make sure we have appropriate topics and presentations for all groups. Our focu

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Ce groupe est ouvert à tous ceux qui s'intéressent de près ou de loin au langage Go : des curieux aux utilisateurs expérimentés. "Go, aussi connu sous le nom de Golang, est un langage de programmation open source, compilé, disposant d'un ramasse-miet­

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December 21, 2014

Ce groupe agrège tous les meetups organisés en France et en francophonie. Nous invitons tous ceux souhaitant organiser un meetup dans leur ville à nous contacter.

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December 20, 2014

Come for drinks, share stories, and hack using golang

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December 15, 2014

This is a meetup for all IT interested people out there. We focus on the whole IT not only on a part of it, even if we also discuss details in the software development process, HA-Clusters etc.

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researcher
December 12, 2014

Meet up focusing on learning and exploring the Go programming language.

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Gophers
December 11, 2014

Discussion and lecture on Google's Go programming language.

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Gophers
December 8, 2014

For people interested in Erlang, Elixir and the awesomeness of real concurrency.

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Erlangers
December 5, 2014

Grupo de personas interesadas en Elixir. Somos un grupo donde tanto desarrolladores novatos como expertos son bienvenidos. Este es nuestro código de conducta: http://codigodeconducta.c­om/

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Alquimistas
December 4, 2014

This group is open to anyone interested in Go : from the curious to the experienced user. Starting january 2015 the intention is to arrange irregular meetups at DIGS in Olav Trygvassonsgate 30. Some meetups will be organised for new users to learn t

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December 1, 2014

We're focused on learning Elixir, Erlang, OTP and EVM. We have presentations and do a lot of pair programming.

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Elixir enthusiasts
November 27, 2014

A meetup group to discuss the Go Programming Language. (of golang.org) The Go programming language is an open source project to make programmers more productive. Go is expressive, concise, clean, and efficient. Its concurrency mechanisms make it easy

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