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An introduction to EmberJS

Why a NodeJS developer should sit up and take notice.

For our final meetup before a short summer break and our Autumn programme of events we'll be joined once more by Chris Manson, CTO of a full stack real time support chat solution.

Chris has made full stack JavaScript the core of his company's solutions and has some firm opinions on EmberJS. Chris also kindly led our inaugral Node Hack Session so is well placed to provide his views on this opinionated library.

In brief Chris's talk will cover:

• Introduction to the concepts of EmberJS 

• How to get up to speed quickly 

• Tips on improving your Ember workflow with Node 

• Demos of cool use cases for Ember made possible with Node 

• Some live coding as well - (closest we could get to walking on fire with fire regs.)


As ever there will be food, drink and prizes and a fantastic community of like minded developers all keen to learn more about Node.js. 

Please note the group is intended for developers looking to expand their knowledge in a recruiter free zone only so whilst interest from recruitment consultants is nice we have a no recruiters policy.

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  • Kaizar

    Good overview of EmberJS, it was worth attending.
    Just a small suggestion for the future meetings: In case if the participants are involved in coding it's helpful to let them know about environment setup beforehand. Overall it was great.

    August 1, 2014

  • Rahim Packir S.

    Clear, well presented talk

    July 31, 2014

  • Mark S.

    Really good insight into the ease of developing with EmberJS

    July 31, 2014

  • Mark S.

    Hi Aurelio

    We welcome people from half 6 onwards. We normally serve food from approx. 7pm with most talks kicking off from around 7:10 - 7:15.

    Talk lengths vary - especially if there's a live code along. We're normally finished with talks by 8:30 and then people are welcome to hang around and chat or go as they please.

    We normally need to have vacated aql's building by approx 10pm.

    Kind regards

    July 28, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi Mark, at what time do meetups usually finish? As it's the first one I attend I have no idea of the duration, sorry. Thanks in advance.

    July 28, 2014

  • Mark S.

    Hi Kaizar no that should be fine, food and drink is provided. You may even win a prize as well.

    July 28, 2014

  • Kaizar

    I believe we require to bring laptop and our brain, anything else?

    July 28, 2014

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