Flutter in Production: GDG Atlanta January Meetup

GDG Atlanta
Tue, Jan 22, 2019, 7:00 PM (EST)

About this event

GDG Atlanta members, we are pleased to announce our first talk of 2019, Flutter in Production, from Alex Nachlas, at our new home, stable | kernel

Join GDG Atlanta for our monthly meeting, hosted at stable | kernel every 3rd Tuesday evening of the month.

Our monthly meetups are FREE and open to the public. We feature talks, workshops, open discussions, and more that focus on development strategies relating to Google developer products. We welcome developers from the community to host talks or workshops with our group. If you're interested in co-hosting programming related to Google product development, contact us at [masked]

Typical meetup format :
6:30 - Networking
7:00 - Main talk
8:00 - Open discussion
8:45 - Wrap up

Flutter in Production:
Since Google's Flutter 1.0 release, the framework has become an exciting, viable way for mobile developers to create cross-platform applications. Alex Nachlas, software engineer at stable|kernel, talks about his experience developing 3 Flutter apps for stable|kernel clients. Throughout this talk, he will be discussing the pros and cons of using Flutter for production mobile applications from the perspective of a native mobile developer.

About our speaker:
Alex Nachlas is a data scientist and software engineer at stable|kernel. He completed his undergraduate studies in mathematics and computer science at MIT and more recently received his masters of information and data science from UC Berkeley. He enjoys machine learning, ice hockey and running.

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Parking for the Venue:
Please park in the parking spots marked V for visitors or guests can also park on the grass patch to the right of the building, and down Willoughby Way NE, Ashley Ave. NE and any other available street parking around the area. We ask to please not block driveways or mailboxes.