May 20, 2014 · 7:00 PM
Wiredrive is sponsoring the location and food & drinks.
Parking is available at the location. Note on parking:
There are two different parking lots on the north and south side of the building. Please use the parking on the south side of the building. It's the back entrance so there isn't any signage.
7:00pm - 730pm - Food & Networking
7:30pm - 7:45pm - Lightning Talks
- Scott Smith -> Learning Ember w/ ember-cli
- Bill Heaton -> Micro lib to batch process buckets.
7:45pm - 8:15pm Appetizing Components with Broccoli
Ember Components empower you to create user interface elements and easily reuse them throughout your Ember application. Imagine you could easily package your Ember Components and share them across multiple applications or around the world; we would be able to tackle complicated user interface challenges as a community and make Ember application development easier for everyone. It would be game-changing.
While the Ember community puts significant effort into simplifying the development of full Ember Apps, how do we setup environments for building and testing small Ember plugins, modules, or components? How do we build a vibrant, open source exchange of Components we can all use to make every Ember app better? Let’s explore how modern build tools like Broccoli, Test’em, and even Grunt have the potential to make Ember Component development much easier and more fun.
8:30-9pm Jay Phelps