Dave's slides are archived here.
This meetup is hosted and sponsored by Hot Studio
Envisioning, designing, and deploying innovative experiences since 1997, Hot Studio is an award-winning experience design company with offices in San Francisco and New York City. Dedicated to creating elegant solutions for complex design challenges, we collaborate with business leaders, innovative organizations, and emerging companies to create breakthrough products and services that have global reach and local impact.
Diane Bisgeier will present on the next WebFWD class:
Do you want to change the world through software? Apply for the Mozilla WebFWD October class now! WebFWD is Mozilla's program to support open source entrepreneurs who hope to transform closed markets and create new ones, focusing on mobile first. It consists of a three-month business creation program for startups around the world (relocation not required) including weekly training sessions & exercises, office hours with industry experts, ongoing coaching and guidance from the world's best technologists. Upon graduating, teams can qualify for follow-on funding from Mozilla. You can learn more about our focus and program at http://webfwd.org
Mark Percival will speak about Brunch:
Node is a first class citizen when it comes to writing web services. Some databases try to integrate the persistence layer with the network layer (CouchDB), but it would be really nice if you could just use node instead. Which parts can be done in a performant way? This talk covers rolling your own database server on top of LevelDB.
Aaron Heckmann will speak on Mongoose:
Mongoose is a MongoDB ODM for Nodejs and is in active development for its next major release. Come hear about the joys and tears of working on an ODM in Node and discover what its future holds.