Tech Fun Time; Using Rust, Elm, and Docker to Build Something Mildly Useful

by Patrick Barrett | at MinneBar 12 | 10:20 – 11:10 in Discovery | View Schedule

You're not going to learn anything earth-shattering here, but you still might see some things you've never happened upon before. This will be, essentially, a "book report" on the process I've gone through so far to build as well as a gentle introduction to some of the technology I used to build it, including:

  • Rust
  • Elm
  • Machine Learning (in Python)
  • Docker Containers
  • Git Lab CI & Container Registry

I don't plan to make a presentation for, I'll just be going through some of the source, describing my high level decisions, and hoping to foster some discussion, so please bring questions.


Patrick Barrett

Patrick Barrett graduated from the University of Minnesota with an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering. He's currently taking a sabbatical, but was last employed as an embedded engineer that also wrote a suspicious amount of JavaScript and marketing materials. He also finds it slightly odd writing in the third person.