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April: How I Learned Ember: Cincinnati JavaScript User Group


By Jeremy Mack

A look at how I learned Ember over the last nine months. I’ve helped launch a west coast startup and created a data-driven internal application for a large company. I’ll cover reference materials I’ve used. Documentation lookup techniques that have served me well. Code snippets that Ember made it really easy to write. I will be answering questions afterward that match this regex /is ember (good|ready|hard|faster|stronger)/ with the response “Yes, shut up”.

About Jeremy

Jeremy’s passion is staying up-to-date with programming trends. He spends an average of four hours a day in his “Hacker Chamber”. The chamber is a bespoke metallic cocoon that verbalizes Hacker News comments at 4,300 word per minute; Jeremy’s most comfortable listening speed. When not in the cocoon, Jeremy spends large amounts of his day customizing his Vim configuration to better enable him to write, his average, seven lines of code a day. Currently, Jeremy is infatuated with Ember, a JavaScript framework for writing ambitious web applications. He still enjoys the company of Ruby on Rails and enjoys occasional long weekends with CoffeeScript


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  • Jimmy L.

    Very fun and informative. Jeremy Mack was knowledgeable and a good presenter.

    April 10, 2013

  • Kerri T.

    I didn't have a chance to meet with most of you today - but thank you for allowing me to get a little insight into what you do! As a side note - I do have a few .NET consulting positions as well as 2 .NET temp-hire positions that I am looking to fill, so if anyone is interested or has a friend who is looking -- feel free to contact me!

    Looking forward to meeting some of you at the next meetup!

    [masked][masked] x701

    April 10, 2013

  • Aileen G.

    I have an opportunity available for a Junior Web Developer in Cincinnati. Ideal candidates have 1-2 years experience in HTML, CSS or Javascript, as well as a desire to learn Ruby. This is great for junior developers that are looking to gain experience and widen their tool belt of development skills!

    If interested please send your information to [masked] and I'll follow up with you.


    April 10, 2013

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