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Package Show and Tell
Presenters will briefly show off packages or apps they like. Planned presentations are listed below, but feel free to show off anything else!
testium (Sean Massa)
lineman.js (Zachary Briggs)
pumpkinpi (Justin McNally)
generator-release (Kevin Decker)
git-todo (Kevin Decker)
coffee-script (Vaughn Bullock)
node-inspector (Jeremy Kahn)
sandboxed-module (Dusty Burwell)
cheerio (Andrew Bloom)
sweet.js (Ben Reinhart)
eslint (Michael Ficarra)
Let us know if you want to present something as well!
6:00 - 6:15: Food and Networking
6:15 - 6:30: Announcements
6:30 - 8:00: Package Show and Tell
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If anybody is interesting in hearing a different perspective from keeping your front end and your backend in different repos, check this podcast out:
0 · March 28, 2014
0 · January 22, 2014
The Pumpkin-Pi / Raspberry PI - GPIO Demo
1 · January 22, 2014
You may want to join the Internet of Things meetup which happens tomorrow. They are starting build teams. Join me.
Link? cant seem to find it
0 · January 23, 2014
@Andrew, js.chi does a bar after the meetup with varying levels of participation. Perhaps we could organize something along those lines for Node meetup at Motel Bar or something else in the neighborhood.
2 · January 22, 2014
Hearing such a wide array of presentations, from the basic to the complex was fantastic. Thx all for sharing. It would also be good if there was time/space to mingle so everyone doesn't bolt immediately.
I didn't expect the presentations to last quite as long. Some people did stay after to chat. There is normally more time for mingling. I'll try to make sure of it in the future.
Lineman.js presentation and links:https://speakerdeck.com/theotherzach/lineman-dot-js-chicago-node-dot-js-package-show-and-tell
0 · January 21, 2014
great meetup! if everyone could upload their powerpoint presentations that would be great!
The eslint Rules list.
I'm happy to talk about workshopper and nodeschool.io.
0 · January 15, 2014
apologies Sean, I have to drop out. I have double-booked myself inadvertently. btw I enjoyed the podcast with you and your team. Till next time..
0 · January 14, 2014
This sounds great. I'd like to demo node-inspector: https://github.com/node-inspector/node-inspector
It's a tool that I've found to be invaluable for debugging.
I would like to show off Lineman.js.
I updated the list!
0 · January 10, 2014
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