Node.js Revisited / AMD & RequireJS

  • August 13, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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A few updates to the schedule!

6:00 - Pizza, soda and conversation sponsored by Atlassian

6:20 - News, door prizes and lightning introductions

6:30 - Tim McGowan from Vidmaker will be sharing his experiences with Node.js

7:00 - Matt Krueger & Joe Lynch from Weather Central will be talking about managing modular JavaScript with AMD & RequireJS

7:30 - Drinks and more conversation

A few notes on the venue: Parking is located behind 1245 East Washington Ave. Feel free to park anywhere in the lot after 5pm. Entrance to the building is at 1301 East Washington Ave. There is a door on the corner, buzz the bell and security will let you in.  We should have some volunteers standing around the building to guide people in.

Here is a quick Google Map to show the 1301 entrance and parking: http://goo.gl/maps/4Ovgh

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  • Jason

    I was unable to attend does anyone have any links to the presentations that they would be able to share?

    August 14, 2012

    • Eric S.

      We'll try to get slides hosted on slideshare or something like that. Also, for those that didn't attend, Atlassian, makers of HipChat, Bitbucket, JIRA and Confluence, are looking for JS developers in both San Francisco and Sydney. Help build the world best development tools, used by millions of engineers around the world. Atlassian can help you relocate across the country or around the world. And even if you're not interested, they'll give you $2,000 if you successfully refer a mate to the job. http://atlss.in/M5GVC...­

      August 15, 2012

    • Eric S.

      Here's a link to the slides from Matt & Joe http://www.getkraken....­

      August 16, 2012

  • Colin

    In response to the question on how to find quality npm packages: http://toolbox.no.de/

    Though, the redone https://npmjs.org/ search page makes some of the organization redundant.

    August 15, 2012

  • Josh T.

    I enjoyed the content provided by all presenters. I am interested in hearing more about other's experiences with Node.

    August 14, 2012

  • Caden

    I always appreciate smart people sharing their valuable experience. The speakers were well-prepared and knowledgeable.
    My boyfriend and I had to leave at 7:30, which, from the schedule, we thought would be the end of the presentations. However, as we were leaving at 7:45, the last speaker started and we felt quite rude.
    One of the most interesting things about attending was learning about the speakers' businesses. Also, thanks for the pizza. That was a bonus.

    August 14, 2012

  • Gabe J.

    Presentation of Node was better than some others I've seen. I enjoyed the AMD presentation (now I feel I understand how to use it better). I understand how to use RequireJS now but don't have a use case for it at the moment.

    August 14, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    The talks were well done and filled with valuable information. I felt that three talks (since the RequireJS was split in two parts) was a little too much.

    August 14, 2012

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