Nodevember 2016


I just got done with Nodevember 2016, where I saw some great talks, caught up with some old friends, and made some new ones. I also had a fun time hanging out in person with some of my LeanKit co-workers who work remotely, and I work with the greatest people in the world, so that's always wonderful. I had the privilege of presenting a new talk I called "Arts and Sciences: Programming Music on the Web." I had a fabulous crowd who were so onboard and engaged, and they made it so much fun! If you were there, thank you for making it such a blast!

The slides for my talk are available here, and you can find the "Beep Boop" BASIC code I showed at

In case you're interested in the recordings of the early computer music demos I mentioned, here are the links:

Go build something fun!

Calvin Bottoms

Software developer, musician, and language geek with functional tendencies. Node.js, C#, Haskell, Elixir, Erlang, F#, Swift, Ruby. Works for LeanKit in Franklin, Tennessee.

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