We haven't been to Pivotal Labs since they hosted our first ever Meetup in February of 2012: thanks so much for inviting us back! The meetup will take place on Tuesday, March 18th, and you DO need to RSVP to attend this event.
6:30pm - 7:00pm: Check-In, Networking and Food
7:00pm - 7:30pm: An Introductory Look at Ember Array Computed Properties, by David Hamilton
7:30pm - 7:40pm: Break
7:40pm - 8:10pm: Zone.js, by Brian Ford
8:10pm - 8:40pm: Networking
An Introductory Look at Ember Array Computed Properties, by David Hamilton
Computed properties are an important feature for any Ember.js developer to master. This talk offers an overview of a particular subset of computed properties: array computed properties, which allow for partial recomputation. This is the feature that saves, for instance, `Ember.computed.filterBy` from having to completely recompute the filtered array when an item is added to its dependent array.
Zone.js, by Brian Ford
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Pivotal Labs is at the forefront of modern software development having built some of the world’s most effective and innovative business platforms. We provide expertise in design, development and product management to deliver applications and enterprise systems that perform reliably, scale easily and adapt quickly to changing demands. We partner with technical teams ranging in experience from the newly minted to the seasoned; together we’ve launched hundreds of web and mobile products and built complex enterprise infrastructures.
Our highly-disciplined agile practice revolves around communication, collaboration, transparency, and a relentless focus on customer and business needs. At Pivotal Labs, we don’t just build products, we help transform your ideas into software, your code into solutions, and your aspiration into application.