Next meetup will be on Wednedsday February 22nd.
“Structural Editing with Paredit” — by Paulus.
“Emacs and Clojure — A Lispy Love Affair” — by Arne.
“Using Emacs + CIDER When Doing High-performance GPU Computing.“ — by Dragan (lightning talk)
“Awesome talk” — by … you?
Once the scheduled talks are over it’s open mic! Did you discover a new package, learned something about Elisp, or just used Emacs for developing a cool project, then we want to hear about it!
We’ve had some great impromptu lightning talks, and we definitely want to see more of those. Emacs Berlin is a friendly and inclusive community. If you have anything to share then we want to hear your voice!
Go through the first courtyard, into the second courtyard, then turn to your left. The entry is on ground level, with a few steps inside leading downwards.
Doors open 19:00, Contentful provides the drinks, we’ll get pizza as well, and put out a jar for contributions.
We are Emacs enthusiasts in Berlin, meeting every last Wednesday of
the month (
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Feel free to send an email introducing yourself after subscribing!
You can also chat with us on irc: #emacs-berlin
Or on Twitter: @emacsberlin
And there’s a YouTube Channel
If you would like a basic introduction to Emacs, or you’re starting out and have some questions, then we are more than happy to help you. Just show up to a meeting, and we guarantee there will be somebody to help you up to speed.
Talks are 20 minutes + 5 min Q&A, and should be loosely related to Emacs. Lightning talks are 5 minutes + 5 minutes Q&A, and can be about anything. The only “rule” for lightning talks is “keep it short, keep it interesting”.
At the moment the best place to propose talks is on the mailing list.
Emacs Berlin has adopted the Berlin Code of Conduct, all who attend our events or participate on our mailing list are expected to have read this document, and to behave accordingly.