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HH: EmberConf post game With Matthew Beale

Matthew Beale is with us as head mentor to help with Ember questions and talk about his favorite talks from Ember Conf. Matthew co-wrote "Developing an Ember Edge," and is just an all around brilliant ember developer. His book is available here:

If you're one of the lucky ones who made it out to Portland for the first ever Ember Conf, come share what you learned with your fellow NYC based Ember enthusiasts. If you didn't make it to Ember Conf come find out what you missed out on to keep your Ember knowledge up to date.

Please note new venue and day!!

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  • Joseph D.

    Not the normal format with people hands-on working on things, but with EmberConf having just happened it was nice to get lite versions of some of the key talks that were given there.

    April 1, 2014

  • Matthew B.

    Howdy all! In prep for tonight I've asked a few of you who attended Emberconf to give a lightening talk on a presentation you enjoyed. These will be pretty informal, and should you want to give one yourself please feel welcome to. The talks are here: and many decks are here:

    Big thanks to Movable Ink for hosting us in their awesome new space, and please welcome Adolfo Builes joining us from out of town (Columbia?). He goes by abuiles online and will give us a run-through of Ember's new testing helpers (which he has worked on).

    See you soon!

    March 31, 2014

  • andy

    should be a free event?

    March 28, 2014

    • Kevin K.

      Hey Andy, we need to ensure people who rsvp yes intend to actually attend, so we charge a nominal $1 to rsvp.

      March 28, 2014

    • Luke M.

      Our goal is to get a limited number of people who are committed to attending at our smaller Hacker Hours events. At our larger monthly meetups, which have free signups, we have[masked] RSVPs and a 50%-60% show rate. That same behavior would be problematic for planning these smaller events. If the dollar or paying via Amazon is problematic for you for some reason, let us know and we'll make sure you are able to attend -- we're not looking to exclude anyone.

      1 · March 30, 2014

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