Maps and GIS are not scary. You can build a responsive user interface
that has custom map displays remarkably easily.
Most of us carry a geolocation device on us at all times. This opens up
many applications for presenting information on a map.
Many people worry about being locked into the Elm language and unable to use other
This presentation will show how my team works almost exclusively in Elm, while still
Mapping gets everywhere, I find myself using geo-representation for applications
ranging from building management to vehicle traffic enforcement.
Come on in, the functions are fine.
Christopher Biggs has been into Open Systems since the early 90s and was there at the birth of Linux and 386BSD. His interest in electronics and connected devices goes back even further.
Christopher’s career encompasses software development, system architecture and engineering management. He built and managed a diverse, global team of over 60 developers at a leading Brisbane IT company. Christopher is now the principal of Accelerando Consulting, a boutique consultancy specialising in IoT, DevOps mentorship and Cloud Data.
Christopher is a co-convenor of the Brisbane Internet of Things interest group, and was a founding executive memeber of HUMBUG, the Brisbane open systems user group. He has presented at conferences and user groups around Australia, and convened a weekly technology lecture series for the entire technology department at a previous workplace.
In his spare time he builds and blogs robots with his three children, and adds to the growing Internet of Things.