dotnetsheff: Pulumi with Mikhail Shilkov & How to code music? with Laura Silvanavičiūtė

This event will be split into two parts, Mikhail Shilkov presenting Pulumi and the second half will be Laura Silvanavičiūtė presenting How to code music?.

📅 Agenda
- 👋 Welcome
- 🗑️ Housekeeping
- 👨‍🏫 Pulumi with Mikhail Shilkov
- 🍕 Food/Drinks
- 👩‍🏫 Web Design with Lex Lofthouse
- 🍻 Social @

👉 Pulumi with Mikhail Shilkov
Pulumi provides a platform for building modern cloud software.

👨‍🏫 About the speaker
Mikhail Shilkov is an Engineer at Pulumi. He is a Microsoft Azure MVP.

👉 How to code music? with Laura Silvanavičiūtė

We are very used to generating visual results with code but are still often surprised to hear that we can create music in the same way.

Oh, you didn’t know that? You are not alone. Even though the idea of music programming is definitely older than all of us this concept is still pretty unfamiliar among many developers. Not for long! Let's shed some light on Sonic Pi and JavaScript capabilities of live music coding as well as music integration into our web applications with Web Audio API.

👩‍🏫About the speaker
I am 24 years old software engineer obsessed with front-end development. Simultaneously I am teaching Web Development for teenagers at CodeAcademyKids school. 2 years ago I was on the Dark side - developing on Mainframe supercomputers with COBOL language, but due to limitations and slow evolvement of used technologies I decided to shift them pretty drastically.
In general, I think we would not need to stick to any specific technology in this rapidly progressing IT World but rather try and use various different ones. Every new experience increases our creativity, knowledge, curiosity and expands mindset. My latest discovery which I found to be super fun & still beneficial is Music Programming and I want to share about this one!

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