Source: PHP & Laravel development Eindhoven

AST in Wonderland

After a hot but refreshing holiday we are back with an interesting talk! We'll have Jeroen Herczeg over to talk about Abstract Syntax Trees.

The lecture:
We read and write code every day to build maintainable software. To help us in our effort, we use and rely on numerous tools. As we write software for increasingly complex problems, our tooling should also evolve to support this. Like ancient craftsmen, we should not only improve our skills but also the tools we use.

In his presentation 'AST in Wonderland', Jeroen will take you on an adventure, that started for him, with Abstract Syntax Trees. In his journey, he found new tools and techniques to help us in our code writing endeavor. He encountered mutants, lakes and even artificial life.
Join him and see how deep the rabbit hole goes...

About Jeroen Herczeg:
Jeroen Herczeg is a freelance developer with 13 years of experience. He is a fan of cyberpunk and loves to travel with his girlfriend and cats.

About the location:
The meetup is held at Blue Dragon ( in the southwest of Eindhoven. Blue Dragon provides us food (pizza) and drinks. Everybody is encouraged to attend about an hour prior to the lecture, so we can have a chat while enjoying our food.

The building Blue Dragon is located in, is near Veldhoven and the N2/A2 highways in the southwest of Eindhoven. Loads of free parking spaces are available around the building. Busstops are around the corner.

About the meetup:
• attending the meetup is free (as in free beer);
• free food (pizza) and free drinks are provided!;
• food is available between 18:00 and 19:00;
• prize raffle every meetup;
• the lecture will start at 19:00;
• spoken language is English unless not necessary;
• the presentation is in English;
• suitable for novice to expert level;
• held at Blue Dragon in the southwest of Eindhoven;
• free parking spaces are right around the building.


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