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Columbus Javascript Usergroup - JavaScript Hardware Night

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  • Doug R.

    1 · September 18, 2014

    • Doug R.

      And to balkanize the situation even more, now MatchStick (backed by Mozilla) is throwing its hat into the ring: http://www.matchstick...­

      September 30, 2014

    • Doug R.

      The sad part is, they have no business need to introduce a new API (unlike Apple and Google, who could profit from walled gardens).

      September 30, 2014

  • Raja C.

    What's next for JavaScript? Per Axel Rauschmayer the answer lies in new standards of ECMAScript 6 and 7 :

    September 20, 2014

  • Raja C.

    Interesting to see "Where all JavaScript can go". Thanks for sharing new ideas!

    1 · September 18, 2014

  • Rob D.

    This was my first meeting... definitely useful and would go again.

    1 · September 18, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Cool robots and stuff!

    2 · September 17, 2014

  • Doug R.

    I asked LG if we could borrow a webOS TV for the evening, but apparently the paperwork could not be completed before our meeting.

    Has anyone bought a webOS TV we could use for the evening?

    September 11, 2014

  • Scott B.

    Complete novice to Javascript!

    August 18, 2014

  • Guy R.

    JavaScript Hardware Night
    On Wednesday, September 17th, we are having a JavaScript Hardware Night. Bring your JavaScript powered hardware projects and share them with the group (if you like). Bring stuff to hack on and bring your ideas.

    - Scott Preston will be bringing his robots.
    - Doug Reeder is planning something with the Connect SDK.
    - I plan on sharing my work with Johnny Five, the Arduino, and Raspberry Pi.
    - Keith McCanless might even have a JS Hardware talk prepared (hint, hint) around the Beaglebone.

    The format will be loose. People who want to share their ideas will be given a screen to do it on. If you just want to hack, then pair up with some buddies and have at it.

    August 6, 2014

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