February 16, 2014
Hard to say, I use it everyday. I use callbacks, virtual functions (functions that return functions), the use of bind and call, and yet there is so much more to learn.
Professionally jQuery, I have an interest in ex4. My freetime is spent in Firefox OS.
I'm writing a game for Firefox OS. Looking for help if anyone is interested check it out at http://github.com...
meh Hack night - honestly I have a better computer setup at home/work. Pulling out the laptop with the cramped keyboard and trackpad, to code in front of strangers isn't what I would call a hack night. If the goal is to crank out some code you'll do better to stay home. From a social networking pov perhaps there is something to be found, but it's difficult to make conversation when someone is programming. Monthly meeting - to be fair I've been to one, and this one was an experiment of on how to run a meeting without the need for preparation ಠ_ಠ . I was expecting to hear a talk on some subject from someone who had researched it and had interesting things to say and was sadly disappointed. Instead we divided into groups and became the experts on the subject. Overall - I grow annoyed with those who value the notoriety of a os over their own skills at using said os. Programmers are typically socially inept and meetups are typically strangers, so avoiding structure is a not a good thing.