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JavaScript modules - April Meetup

One of our group members, Mark Dyhr will be presenting concepts of "JavaScript Modules" at our April meetup. Here is an outline of what he is planning to cover at this meetup.

• What is a JavaScript module and why should you care?
• Who uses JavaScript modules?
• What are the different ways of constructing JavaScript modules, and why would  you choose one method over another?
• If you want to use put these concepts to work, how do you get started?


6:00pm to 6:30pm - open networking - connect with others, make friends, bring business cards

6:30pm to 6:50pm - Bill Hendricks will identify a MCTC student to present a session on a web design topic.

6:50pm to 7:00pm - Introduce yourself, announce job openings or any other events of interest to community.

7:00pm to 8:30pm - JavaScript Modularization presented by Mark Dyhr

Presenter Bio:
Mark Dyhr is a transplant from San Francisco Bay Area. He has been engaged in software developement for over 20 years. He has built distributed systems for many years using sockets, then RPC, then CORBA and HTTP. On the way he did some native front-end programming on Windows. He also worked on an embedded system for telecom equipment for a couple years to, just to make things interesting. Was saved by the web around 6 years ago. Since then, he has been working building front ends with the usual suspects: HTML, CSS and of course JavaScript.

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  • Ketan K.

    Mark, after your presentation, I know that I have to dig deeper, learn, and start creating JavaScript modules - something I haven't been doing until now.

    Thanks again! I appreciate the effort and energy you committed to making Monday's session happen.

    April 23, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Exactly as described. As always, Ketan bends over backwards to give us an extraordinary evening. Thank you.

    April 21, 2014

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