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Shoot, I was hoping to be there, but I'll be travelling for work tomorrow night. Hopefully I can see everyone at another event. I've got some questions regarding how ruby handles forms with ajax. It is probably very basic, but I've ended up running around in circles while trying to chase down an elegant solution...
0 · May 15, 2013
I want to get into ember, but I might get there pretty late.
I'm also trying to get into an ember. Trying to figure out how to build it with a rails backend and ran into some issues. I'll probably be working on that.
artist designer illustrator would love to collaborate on cool projects, however tomorrow is my last SW NEXT class. i look forward to future opportunities! www.visualartwerks.com
I have no idea what I will work on yet; might roll a dice or just hang out and go with the flow of the group tomorrow :-)
There's probably some feature for the ATLRUG4 project that I could work on, right Al ;-)
Two hot topics currently: How to make Travis setup global (so do not have to add individual env vars to .travis.yml for each person) and how to add tests (safety net) to convert (Less to Sass) and (Slim to Haml) safely?
I'll be diving into Batman.js, working on porting my Robin.js into a websocket storage adapter =) realtime = awesomeness
Been learning ember.js and erlang. So I'll probably be working on one of those.
Nice! I was really impressed by the Ember talk Jason Ardell gave at the RUG this month. Neat stuff.
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