January 2016 Meetup

This is a past event

160 people went

Twitch

225 Bush St, 9th Floor · San Francisco, CA

How to find us

Enter through the East entrance and head up to the 9th Floor

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Details

Hope everyone had a fantastic New Years! The meetup will take place on Tuesday, January 26th at Twitch's offices, and you DO need to RSVP to attend this event.

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Schedule

6:30pm - 7:00pm: Check-In, Networking and Food
7:00pm - 7:30pm:
Practical Web Workers by Mukund Lakshman
7:30pm - 7:40pm: Break
7:40pm - 8:10pm: Security-Conscious Ember by Nathan Hammond
8:10pm - 8:30pm: Q&A with Robert Jackson (@rwjblue)
8:30 - 9:00pm: Networking and shutting down

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Program

Practical Web Workers
By Mukund Lakshman

HTML5 web workers unlocks a new class of multithreaded JavaScript applications. It's still unclear how Ember will use them long-term, but what if you don't want to wait? I'll take you through how I integrated web workers to improve client-side search performance in an Ember application and offer a general architecture that you can pick up and use today.

Security-Conscious Ember
By Nathan Hammond

What if I told you that you can't trust anybody? Your server, your users, their browsers, and the network are all conspiring against you with the goal of being able to exfiltrate your user's data. Trusting nobody might make it a little difficult to build your application! We'll walk through some of the typical security concerns that Ember protects you from out of the box, all of Ember's historical vulnerabilities, and common pitfalls to avoid which can result in cross-site-scripting, phishing, or other vulnerabilities.

Q&A with Core Team Member Robert Jackson
Emcee'd by Organizer Bear Douglas

Robert will be in town briefly and has generously agreed to hang out with us <3 Get your questions ready for the man who does all of the things!

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Sponsor

Twitch is the world’s leading social video platform and community for gamers. Each month, more than 100 million community members gather to watch and talk about video games with more than 1.7 million broadcasters. Twitch’s live and video on demand platform caters to the entire video game industry, including game developers, publishers, media outlets, events, casual content creators, and the entire esports scene.