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If you’re not familiar with CodeMash, it’s a technology conference hosted at the Kalahari Resort & Indoor Water Park in Sandusky, OH:
CodeMash is a unique event that will educate developers on current practices, methodologies, and technology trends in a variety of platforms and development languages such as Java, .NET, Ruby, Python and PHP.
For the second Codemash pre-compiler day I spent the full day working on the Humanitarian Toolbox project @htbox) with Bill Wagner (@billwagner) and Tony Surma (@tonysurma) and 5 other developers.
What is it?
The Humanitarian Toolbox is an open source non-profit organization, that creates software for disaster response teams. To kick things off, Tony gave us an overview of the projects and we pulled the code from GitHub.
Day 1 of CodeMash 2016 I attended the full day workshop presented by Amber Conville (@crebma) called 7 Languages in 7 Hours. The languages used were Ruby, Rust, Go, Elixir, Clojure, Haskell, and Scala. I am familiar with Ruby but the other 6 were completely new to me.
To get a feel for solving a non-trivial problem with the languages we completed the Prime Factors Kata with each one. Although you can’t go too deep into a language in 1 hour, I was able to get a sense of the syntax and make some initial observations.