Making Open Work
May 8–9, 2017: Training & Tutorials
May 10–11, 2017: Conference
Austin, TX
Tessa Kelly

Tessa Kelly
Engineer, NoRedInk

Tessa Kelly is a software engineer at NoRedInk, an edtech company helping teachers teach grammar and writing, where she builds out new features in Elm, writes the occasional blog post (check out “Data Structures in Elm” and “Writing Friendly Elm Code”), and never needs to argue about the Oxford comma. She recently co-organized the first ElmBridge event in the BridgeFoundry network and presented a lightning talk at elm-conf. Tessa holds a BA in mathematics from New York University, where she minored in history and Middle Eastern studies.

Sessions

9:00am12:30pm Tuesday, May 9, 2017
The Cutting Edge
Location: Meeting Room 17 A
Level: Intermediate
Tessa Kelly (NoRedInk)
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Elm is a nice-to-write and nice-to-read language designed to make frontend developers happy. Tessa Kelly explores some of the open source work that contributes to making Elm code maintainable, safe, and fun, from in-editor tools to package management to great libraries. Kelly walks you through basic syntax as you work toward publishing your first Elm package. Read more.