• Gerard Serra

    Gerard Serra

    4 months ago
    Hello! I'm Gerard. In these past years, I have been exploring tools for productivity and creativity and researching how human-AI collaboration would look like. I like to imagine how future interfaces to interact with intelligent systems can augment our capabilities, specially in creative domains. Happy to be in this community! I am looking forward to discuss the future of coding while sharing a coffee or beer! I am based in Barcelona, but I was glad to meet some of you in the past London event 🍻
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    Evan Payne

    4 months ago
    Hey all! I'm Evan, I'm a Frontend dev from the US, but living in Europe for 13+ years (and around Barcelona now for almost 7!). Found this group via Maggie, who was a guest on my (now on hiatus) podcast, Frontend Heroes. I'm also interested in how the pieces are going to fit together when it comes to ML and AI, specifically I would really like the artist things that could come out of it, if we leave curation as an important part of the process (for example, not just feeding an ML pipeline a bunch of fugues as waveforms, but also proving the sheet music so there's context, and then leaving moments in the process open to human input to end up with more realistic results. Sort of like "playing" the computer as an instrument)
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    kelset

    4 months ago
    👋 all - I'm Lorenzo (my alias is @kelset everywhere). I've learned about this community via @Sunil Pai (and of the Slack via @Maggie Appleton). I'm a SSE at Microsoft and I've been a maintainer of react-native for over 4 years now; probably because of that second thing, over the years I've become very passionated about mental health and open source. I'm looking forward to see how this community tinkers with the ideas around the future of coding, since I have a suspicion that it's intertwined with evolution of open source and how developers interact with it 🤓 I'm based in London so expect me to attend the IRL meetups... when I'm not booked to go see some musicals (not that it has ever happened before 🤣😒miling_face_with_tear:)
  • Jatin Sandilya

    Jatin Sandilya

    4 months ago
    👋🏻 Hi I am Jatin — Founder of an early stage startup building a real-time collaborative design tool for Architects. As you may imagine, I’m really into design tools, and have a love-hate relationship with webGL. Previously I was an early engineer at various startups & most notibly worked at Swiggy (Doordash for India). I’m intrigued by CRDTs and hopeful on react-three-fiber becoming the default way to do graphics on the browser. I found this community via Twitter & looking to learn from y’all!
    Jatin Sandilya
    Jim Meyer
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  • Václav Blažej

    Václav Blažej

    4 months ago
    Hello, I'm Vašek. I work in academia (theoretical informatics). Searching for some programming podcasts today I stumbled upon FoC and I was quite impressed. I listened to 4 of the podcasts, the last was the 46 Community Survey. I found myself crying at the end as the answers in "What does 'Future of Coding' mean?" resonated well with me. I hope to become part of this community by overcoming my introverted nature and realize moonshot dreams about the future.
    Václav Blažej
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    Scott Antipa

    3 months ago
    Hey all I’m Scott, a programmer in san francisco. I found FoC through Ivan. I was looking for a community to discuss ideas, especially with so little physical community during the pandemic. Im working on a fast flowchart editor, and some web hacks like a url based game. I want a place to support each other’s work since it seems most big ideas come from strong communities like homebrew etc.
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  • Marcelle Rusu (they/them)

    Marcelle Rusu (they/them)

    3 months ago
    Hey all, my name is Marcelle I was introduced to this slack via my brother @David Rusu. I'm very interested in practical PL design (OO & FP & Logic, no preferences on paradigm) geared towards frontend, prioritizing usability hacks > perfectly abstract concepts. My language peacock is my ever-evolving, always broken vision of that 🙂 Would LOVE to find people who are interested in mixing all these concepts together. I'm also very interested in the future of dependency management. I'm based in Toronto, Canada.
  • Etienne de Boursetty

    Etienne de Boursetty

    3 months ago
    Hi there, I am Etienne. I have been working on Jig (https://www.jigdev.com) which is a canvas version of Observable notebooks. This hasn’t really had the success I hoped for so far. I think this is due to javascript being too hard for most people. I am joining here to see what people are working on in that space. From France
    Etienne de Boursetty
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  • Alexander Obenauer

    Alexander Obenauer

    3 months ago
    👋 Hi all, I’m Alexander. I’m exploring the future of personal computing, and tinker with an “os of the future” in both concept and code. That work is documented in my lab notes, which you can find on my site (https://alexanderobenauer.com). Glad to be here!
    Alexander Obenauer
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    Prithvi Prabhu

    3 months ago
    Hey all, I'm Prithvi. I found out about this community via a HN post yesterday. There's so much interesting content in this Slack workspace, it's going to take me days to catch up! My primary work this last couple of years has been to enable non-frontend folks to build interactive software on their own. I've also built interactive visualization/analytical software in the past, and until recently was working with Leland Wilkinson (author of Grammar of Graphics) on several of these ideas. I've explored visual programming in the past, and probably most popular UI development tools/paradigms dating back to Visual Basic in the late 90s, Max/MSP, LabVIEW, etc. I work with a lot of smart folks who're not developers professionally, but use Python/R/Julia every day. A majority of them want to be able to independently experiment and develop applications that makes analytical insights from AI/ML (decision-support) more accessible to non-experts. To that end, I'm building Nitro, which offers a simple way to build web (and soon mobile/desktop) apps, trying to condense UI programming down to the simplicity of usiing
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    PRINT
    in BASIC. It's a brand new project, and time will tell if this approach will get popular. Fingers crossed 😃 I'm really excited to be sharing ideas here and conversing with you.