(1/12/2015): We have a food/drinks sponsor! Not only will The Iron Yard provide us with a great venue (see pics), they have also graciously offered to sponsor food and drinks! Woot!
On another note, I would like give a a much-appreciated thank you to Hired (https://hired.com/signup/?utm_source=events&utm_medium=aus_mean_developers&utm_content=jan_2015) for offering to sponsor this meetup. We were already covered by sponsors, but Hired (https://hired.com/signup/?utm_source=events&utm_medium=aus_mean_developers&utm_content=jan_2015) maintained their commitment to help us, ready at moment's notice! Please visit their site, here (https://hired.com/signup/?utm_source=events&utm_medium=aus_mean_developers&utm_content=jan_2015), for details about their great services!
(12/5/2015): We have a venue, sponsored by The Iron Yard, new to Austin! The Iron Yard offers intensive 12-week courses in Web Design, Front-End Engineering and Ruby on Rails. Upon completion of the 12 weeks, we help you get a job! If you're interested, you can contact [masked] to get more information. Also, check out our website, TheIronYard.com (http://www.theironyard.com/) to learn more and apply!
3601 S. Congress Ave Building C
Austin, TX 78704
If any of you were at the 10/22/2014 Bleeding Edge Web meetup, you know how cool D3.js http://d3js.org/
is! Furthermore, the guest speaker, Andy Thornton, did a great job of going over D3. Good news! Andy’s an Austin MEANy! :-) Three cheers for Andy! :-P Now, brace yourselves for some great news! Andy’s agreed to be our guest speaker at our January 2015 meetup! Three more cheers! C’mon, y’all! :-D
At this meetup, Andy's going over integrating D3 with Angular, all within the MEAN context. Let’s make sure we give him an enthusiastic, Austin MEAN Stack Dev welcome!
Andy Thornton is a local developer and D3 co-author with some fantastic, D3 experience. He currently architects elegant, D3-Angular enterprise solutions for his company. You can follow Andy on twitter at @encodingpixels and grab a copy of his book at http://bleedingedgepress.com/our-books/developing-a-d3-js-edge/