Hey everybody! The next Ember.js meetup will take place on Tuesday, April 9th. A big thank you to our friends at Zendesk for hosting and providing drinks and snacks! You DO need to RSVP to attend this event.
You'll hear from some great San Franciscan Ember developers, while enjoying a great opportunity to mingle with the best and brightest local Ember folk. See you all there...
7:00PM - 7:30PM - Networking/Check In
7:30PM - 8:00PM - Forrest Slater
8:00PM - 8:10PM - Break
8:10PM - 8:40PM - Josh Lubaway
8:40PM - 9:00PM - Networking
By Forrest Slater
A working example of pagination with Ember
I decided to become web developer about 3 years ago after developing a graphical interface for Caltrans road-side camera system. Gain Fitness gave me my first opportunity in professional web development, introducing me to Ruby on Rails. Currently, I'm on the front-end team at Live Nation Labs where we are doing a full Ember conversion of the existing Rails site.
By Josh Lubaway
Ember performance. Mistakes we made, and how to avoid them. Over the last year, Zendesk has created a rather large Ember application. We will investigate how to manage an Ember application once it grows up.
Josh started making websites in high school, started writing Rails apps in 2008, and started working with Ember / SproutCore in 2011. He has been working at Zendesk since 2010 helping build their SaaS help desk software using Ruby, Rails, and Ember.
Zendesk is a SaaS customer service solution. We recently released the new version of our software that makes heavy usage of Ember.js on the client side.