• Meteor Night

    Providian Financial Building

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, where developers from around the Bay Area gather to learn about current events in the Meteor community and practical applications of Meteor to the real world. We are excited to announce that on July 9th, Qualia will be hosting Meteor Night at our San Francisco office. Join us for food, drinks, and time to mingle. We'll be hosting two guest speakers at this meetup, both of whom are core developers from Meteor/Apollo, so expect to learn a lot! You can attend in-person or watch through our live stream. If you're busy that night, no need to worry - we'll post all of the talks on the Meteor YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/user/MeteorVideos) after the event. Live stream link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GT0eYWJlFV0 Email us at [masked] if you have any questions. Doors open at 6:15 PM. Talks begin at 7:00 PM. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- **Featured Talks** Ben Newman (Meteor, Tech Lead)  —   Reimplementing Meteor in TypeScript, Module by Module Justin Anastos (Apollo, Core Developer)  —   Inside the Apollo Engine Meteor Application ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- **How to get to Qualia** Where to find us: * 201 Mission St, Suite 1800, San Francisco, CA 94105 (The building entrance is on the corner of Mission and Beale Street) If you decide to take BART/MUNI, the nearest stop is Embarcadero Station. The nearest Caltrain Station is 4th and King Street. If you decide to drive we recommend the parking garages listed below. (Please note: we do not validate for parking in these garages) 123 Mission Street Garage, entrance is on Main Street before Mission ABM Parking Services San Francisco, CA[masked] or 160 Spear Street Garage, entrance is on Main Street before Mission Douglas Parking LLC San Francisco, CA[masked] * We will have Qualia engineers in Qualia T-shirts waiting for you in the lobby. They will help escort you up to our suite. Should you encounter any additional challenges upon arrival, please feel free to contact us at our event email address: "[masked]".

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  • Meteor Night

    1446 Market Street

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, where developers from around the Bay Area gather to learn about current events in the Meteor community and practical applications of Meteor to the real world. Come join us for food, drinks, and good company. Our guest speakers will discuss the future of Meteor, success stories, and tips for using Meteor in production. In addition to talks, there will be interactive workshops teaching advanced Meteor concepts. **Please bring your laptop!** The workshops will be much more fun if you do. You can attend in-person or watch the live stream. If you're busy that night, no need to worry - we'll post all of the talks on the Meteor YouTube channel (youtube.com/user/MeteorVideos) after the event. The live stream link will be published here before the event. EDIT: Live stream link is http://twitch.tv/QualiaLive Doors open at 5:30PM. Talks start at 6:30PM. The location of the meet up is 1446 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102. It will be on the left side from the restaurant. We will migrate to "Hazel Southern Bar & Kitchen" around 9:30pm after the meetup which is right next door to the event. If you are planning on taking BART/Muni, the closest stop will be Civic Center. **Featured Talks** "Advanced Testing and Architecture with Meteor"  — Joshua Ohlman (Xolv.io, Lead Developer) "Staying Productive With Meteor In 2018"  — Theodor Diaconu (Cult of Coders, CEO) **Workshops** Workshops consist of a brief presentation followed by break-out groups of 2-3 people working through guided exercises. Our engineers will be available to provide assistance in solving the exercises. Please bring your laptop. "Meteor Performance" — Eric Birdsall (Qualia, Software Engineer) Learn how to effectively diagnose and fix Meteor performance issues. "Meteor Debugging" — Travis Geis (Qualia, Software Engineer) Learn how to quickly track down and fix bugs in your Meteor application. Both the workshops will cover a variety of techniques and tools, with an emphasis on diagnosing issues on live production servers.

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  • Meteor Night

    Heavybit

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, where developers from around the Bay Area gather to learn about current events in the Meteor community and practical applications of Meteor to the real world. We are excited to announce that on May 30th, Qualia will be hosting Meteor Night at the Heavybit offices in San Francisco. Come join us for food, drinks, and good company. Our guest speakers will discuss the future of Meteor, success stories, and tips for using Meteor in production. You can attend in-person or watch the live stream. If you’re busy that night, not to worry - we’ll post all of the talks on our YouTube channel (https://bit.ly/2rahpdD) after the event. Live stream link: https://www.heavybit.com/live/ Doors open at 6PM. Talks start at 6:30PM. **Featured Talks** Lucas Hansen (Qualia, CTO) — 10,000 Hours Into Meteor Theodor Diaconu (Cult of Coders, CEO) - Redis Oplog, Grapher, and Apollo Live Ben Newman (Meteor, Tech Lead) — Meteor 1.7 **How to get to Heavybit** Driving? Here's a helpful guide (https://bit.ly/2vVuxbm) to parking near Heavybit. Cycling? You can lock your bike to the parking meters outside of their office. Taking transit? They're within walking distance of the Civic Center BART/MUNI station.

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  • Meteor Night May: Meteor 1.5 Preview

    Heavybit

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, this time held nearby MDG headquarters at Heavybit in San Francisco's SOMA district. We provide dinner, drinks, good company and feature technical talks about the Meteor platform and the JavaScript ecosystem. You can attend in-person or watch the talks streaming on Heavybit's live streaming site. If you’re busy that night, not to worry - we’ll post all of the talks on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/MeteorVideos) after the event. Doors open at 6PM. Dinner will be served upstairs, and we'll have drinks on hand as well. Featured Talks What's Coming in Meteor 1.5 - Sashko Stubailo (Open Source Engineering Manager, MDG) & Jesse Rosenberger (Open Source Engineer, MDG) Making Meteor Scale to Build LuminPDF - Max Ferguson (Nitrolabs) TextExpander: Transitioning to Cross-Platform SaaS with Meteor & Galaxy - Greg Scown (Founder, Smile Software) How to get to Heavybit Driving? Here's a helpful guide (https://www.parkinsf.com/sanfrancisco/parking-near/140+10th+St/thu/starting-6-00pm/for-3-hours) to parking around our office. Cycling? You can lock your bike to the parking meters outside of their office. Taking transit? They're within walking distance of the Civic Center BART/MUNI station.

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  • Meteor Night (February): Project updates + Meteor in Enterprise, IoT, & GIS apps

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, held at MDG headquarters in San Francisco's SOMA district. We provide dinner, drinks, good company and feature technical talks about the Meteor platform and the JavaScript ecosystem. You can attend in-person or watch the talks streaming on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc6gsyxMNr8). If you’re busy that night, not to worry - we’ll post all of the talks on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/MeteorVideos) after the event. Doors open at 6PM. Dinner will be served upstairs, and we'll have drinks on hand as well. Featured Talks What's new in the Meteor Project (plus bonus demo from Meteor maintainer Ben Newman) - Sashko Stubailo (Open Source Engineering Manager, MDQ) Tools for Developing and Deploying Meteor - Mike Lublin (Software Engineer, Qualia (https://www.qualia.com/)) Enterprise maps with Meteor: speed, power, and looks - Manuel Timita (Founder, Illustreets (http://illustreets.co.uk) ) Managing your IoT infrastructure with Meteor - Sebastian Kerckhof (Principal Software Engineer, Barco (http://barco.com) WeConnect) How to get to MDG Driving? Here's a helpful guide (https://www.parkinsf.com/sanfrancisco/parking-near/140+10th+St/thu/starting-6-00pm/for-3-hours) to parking around our office. Cycling? You can lock your bike to the parking meters outside of our office. Taking transit? We're within walking distance of the Civic Center BART/MUNI station.

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  • Getting Started With Nova #1: Install @ OAC SF

    Let's get together and talk about "Getting Started w/ Nova #1: Install @ OAC SF!! past events > > http://bit.ly/blockchain415 < < * OAC needs some assistance in building a: Telescope Community Platform * (send inquiry volunteering assistance) Telescope Nova free, open-source app platform built with React and powered by Meteor on the back-end. Nova provides simple building blocks such as posts, comments, forms, and modals, and makes it easy to quickly customize them to build modern, social web apps. *Pier 23 is hosting live band performance, ten dollar ticket for admission entry. Thanks for supporting your local community!!

  • Meteor Night (June): 1.4 Preview w/ Matt Debergalis + Building Galaxy on Apollo

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, held at MDG headquarters in San Francisco's SOMA district. We provide dinner, drinks, good company and feature technical talks about the Meteor platform and the JavaScript ecosystem. You can attend in-person or watch the talks online at livestream.meteor.com (http://livestream.meteor.com/). If you’re busy that night, not to worry - we’ll post all of the talks on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/MeteorVideos) after the event. Doors open at 6PM. Dinner will be served upstairs, and we'll have drinks on hand as well. Featured Talks Meteor 1.3.3 update, and looking ahead to 1.4 - Matt Debergalis (MDG Co-founder) Community Programs Update - Thea Lamkin (MDG Dev Programs Lead) How We Build Galaxy on Apollo - Rohit Bakhshi (MDG Product Manager) 3,000 Hours Into Meteor - Lucas Hansen (Founder of Qualia.io) Built with Meteor Showcase After our featured talks, we'll showcase Meteor app demos - your chance to see production apps from top startups and developers. Want to give a demo for your Meteor app? Sign up here (http://info.meteor.com/meteor-night-product-demos) and we’ll get in touch with details if there’s a fit! How to get to MDG Driving? Here's a helpful guide (https://www.parkinsf.com/sanfrancisco/parking-near/140+10th+St/thu/starting-6-00pm/for-3-hours) to parking around our office. Cycling? You can lock your bike to the parking meters outside of our office. Taking transit? We're within walking distance of the Civic Center BART/MUNI station.

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  • Meteor Night (April): 1.3 Deep Dives w/Tom Coleman & Ben Newman + Apollo Updates

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, held at MDG headquarters in San Francisco's SOMA district. We provide dinner, drinks, good company and feature technical talks about the Meteor platform and the JavaScript ecosystem. You can attend in-person or watch the talks online at livestream.meteor.com (http://livestream.meteor.com/). If you’re busy that night, not to worry - we’ll post all of the talks on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/MeteorVideos) after the event. Doors open at 6PM. Dinner will be served upstairs, and we'll have drinks on hand as well. Featured Talks Meteor 1.3 Deep Dives - Tom Coleman (MDG Engineer, "Discover Meteor" Co-Author) - Ben Newman (MDG Engineer, Meteor Tech Lead) Apollo Data Stack update - Sashko Stubailo (MDG Engineer, Apollo Tech Lead) - James Baxley (Web Developer, NewSpring Church) Built with Meteor Showcase After our featured talks, we'll showcase Meteor app demos - your chance to see production apps from top startups and developers. Want to give a demo for your Meteor app? Sign up here (http://info.meteor.com/meteor-night-product-demos) and we’ll get in touch with details if there’s a fit! How to get to MDG Driving? Here's a helpful guide (https://www.parkinsf.com/sanfrancisco/parking-near/140+10th+St/thu/starting-6-00pm/for-3-hours) to parking around our office. Cycling? You can lock your bike to the parking meters outside of our office. Taking transit? We're within walking distance of the Civic Center BART/MUNI station.

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  • Meteor Night - March - Apollo, Meteor 1.3 and more

    Meteor Night is Meteor's flagship event, held out of our headquarters in San Francisco's SOMA district. We provide dinner, drinks, good company and interesting technical talks about the Meteor platform and the JavaScript ecosystem. You can attend in person at Meteor HQ, or stream the talks online at http://livestream.meteor.com . If you’re busy that night, not to worry - we’ll post all of the talks on our youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/MeteorVideos) in short order. This month's schedule: Doors open at 6PM. Dinner will be served upstairs, and we'll have drinks on hand as well. Featured Talks 7:00 PM - Dominic Nguyen, Zhenya Savchenko and Tim Hingston - Build Beautiful Interfaces Faster 7:20 PM - Zoltan Olah - NPM and Testing in Meteor 1.3 7:35PM - Sashko Stubailo - The Apollo Stack 7:50 PM - Break 7:55 PM - Built with Meteor Showcase (http://info.meteor.com/meteor-night-product-demos) Built with Meteor Showcase After our featured talks, we’ll have the Built with Meteor Showcase - your chance to get a look at production apps from around the Meteor community. Want to give an App Demo? Sign up here (http://info.meteor.com/meteor-night-product-demos) and we’ll get in touch with details if there’s a fit! How to get to MDG Driving? Here's (https://www.parkinsf.com/sanfrancisco/parking-near/140+10th+St/thu/starting-6-00pm/for-3-hours) a helpful guide to parking around our office. Cycling? You can lock your bike to the parking meters outside of our office. Taking transit? We're within walking distance of the Civic Center BART/MUNI station. Walking? ....cool, seeya there!

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