Intro to Ember and Ember CLI
Wednesday 2015-04-15 7pm at Via Studio RSVP on Meetup.com
Here are some ideas if you think you might want to speak.
- Talk about what you know – it’s safe to assume others can learn from it.
- Don’t worry about your skill level, the group has a wide range of experience, and beginners can gain a lot from what you know even if you are a beginner working through the basics yourself.
- Talk about a tool or framework you use.
- Provide a real-world scenario, discuss a project, or how you solved a problem in a project.
- Show & Tell – Show off a project you are working on or have completed.
- Code Review/Ask for help – Talk about a project you are working on and get the group’s feedback or help, we would love to do code review/ solve problems on the spot. The group has lots of really bright developers who would love to help.
- JSLou talks are around 20min, with a short Q&A period to follow.
- JSLou’s attendance is usually around 10-15 people on learn nights, and the style is very relaxed so expect comments/questions to pop up during your talk as well.
- Talks are recorded video/audio unless you specify otherwise.
- Speaking at the group looks great on your linkedin profile or resume.
Thanks again and remember to either reply to the mailing list, or email email@example.com and let me know you would like to speak.
Third Wednesday of each month
@ LVL1 hackerspace Directions: Here
RSVP on Meetup.com search for “JSLou”
Add the official JSLou google calendar to your Calendar app/service: Here
Links from the chat:
@billstron’s github repo for the node-intro talk
Node async module
TJ Holowaychuk – Developer behind many notable NPM modules
http://nodejs.org/api/globa… – global variables in node
https://famo.us/– JS effects library
Calculingua-Bill’s Node Project