• 12. Meteor Vienna Meetup

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    Agenda: Talk #1: From Zero to Hero - self hosting Meteor.js apps like a pro by Fabian Kromer Talk #2: GraphQL & ApolloData by Gerwin Brunner Talk #3: ViewModel - Blaze on steroids (this talk will be in German) by Marek Bartos Panel: Ask us anything Meteor (AUAM) - Fabian, Marek, Gerwin Please let me know if you like to give a talk - you definitely should :) About the speakers: Marek Bartos: After hating code for a quater century he felt in love with JavaScript. As a Meteor enthusiast for already 5 years he is starting his second life as a freelancer right now. Always eager to learn new techniques, as long as it's JS. Fabian Kromer (http://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Vienna/members/51999272/), a web developer with a never-ending passion for Javascript. After successfully crashing his first startup last year, he now makes a living as a freelancer. Gerwin Brunner (https://twitter.com/gerwinbrunner) is active in the startup scene for more than 9 years. He is totally into the lean approach (in business and technology) and Meteor is the perfect fit for rapid prototyping.

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  • 11. Meteor Vienna Meetup

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    Agenda: Talk #1: Getting started with ES6 and Meteor by Fabian Kromer Talk #2: Learnings: nextsalesroom.com by Armin Schleicher Talk #3: Meteor and FB Messenger Platform by Gerwin Brunner Panel: Ask us anything Meteor (AUAM) We are still looking for people who would love to talk about Meteor, their experience with Meteor and all other Meteor related topics. Please let me know if you like to give a talk - you definitely should :) About the speakers: Fabian Kromer (http://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Vienna/members/51999272/), a web developer with a never-ending passion for Javascript. After successfully crashing his first startup last year, he now makes a living as a freelancer.

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  • 10. Meteor Vienna Meetup

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    Agenda: Lightening Talk (5-10 min): Using CircleCI with Meteor by Dominik Guzei Talk #1: Meteor + Polymer: a perfect synthesis by Fabian Kromer Talk #2: Testing with Chimp and Cucumber (UI testing) by Dominik Guzei Talk #3: The secret of full-stack reactivity: An introduction to the DDP protocol. by Clemens Helm Panel: Ask us anything Meteor (AUAM) - Fabian, Dominik, Clemens, Gerwin Please let me know if you like to give a talk - you definitely should :) About the speakers: Fabian Kromer (http://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Vienna/members/51999272/), a web developer with a never-ending passion for Javascript. After successfully crashing his first startup last year, he now makes a living as a freelancer. Dominik Guzei (https://twitter.com/DominikGuzei) I am a web development freelancer and open source evangelist with over ten years experience, currently living in Vienna, Austria. Two years ago I fell in love with the Meteor.js framework and have been developing complex real-time web applications and open source frameworks with it since then. Clemens Helm (http://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Vienna/members/14353601/) Clemens is CTO and founder of ChillBill (https://www.chillbill.co), an accounting automation company. He chose Meteor for ChillBill's web platform and never regretted this decision. Clemens also created the Ruby library "metybur (https://github.com/clemenshelm/metybur)" which makes Meteor available to Ruby applications. This is where he got to know the beauty of the DDP protocol.

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  • 9. Meteor Vienna Meetup

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    Agenda: Talk #1: Rate limiting (in Meteor Core) by Fabian Kromer Talk #2: A new and intuitive customer journey (for the insurance market) (Sponsor Talk ~10 min) fragFranz Talk #3: Self-motivation for Developers (~10 min) by Manfred Specht Talk #4: Watchkeeping Conference Service (WCS) by Manfred Specht Panel: Ask us anything Meteor (AUAM) - Manfred, Fabian, Gerwin Please let me know if you like to give a talk - you definitely should :) About the speakers: Manfred Specht (http://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Vienna/members/132245752/), since 1994 he is a self-employed Web-Developer, currently working for Frequentis AG Department Maritim, and from April open to new projects Fabian Kromer (http://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Vienna/members/51999272/), a web developer with a never-ending passion for Javascript. After successfully crashing his first startup last year, he now makes a living as a freelancer. fragFranz is developing a new way of giving insurance advice that is intuitive and less painful to use. To accomplish this aspiration we aim to combine technology with our financial knowhow in a service that makes "getting insured" as fun as possible Gerwin Brunner (https://twitter.com/gerwinbrunner) is active in the startup scene for more than 9 years. He is totally into the lean approach (in business and technology) and Meteor is the perfect fit for rapid prototyping.

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  • 8. Meteor Vienna Meetup

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    Agenda: Talk #1 - Meteor Cloud Hosting on cloudcontrol.com (http://cloudcontrol.com/) - Andreas Heissenberger Talk #2 - Vue.js and meteor - Roman Kuba Talk #3 - How to use React with Meteor. First impressions. - Gerwin Brunner Talk #4 - Webpack + Meteor. Make development fun again! - Patrick Neschkudla Panel: Ask us anything Meteor (AUAM) - Andreas, Roman, Patrick, Gerwin Please let me know if you like to give a talk - you definitly should :) About the speakers: Andreas Heissenberger (http://www.meetup.com/members/101365132/) Andreas starts in 1991 with the pioneers of online communication - stations: Nofrontiere Vienna, KMF Werbung Hamburg, Startup Alpha Thinx Mobile Entertainment, Head of OgilvyInteractive of Ogilvy Group Austria, agency vranz, TechnologyMediator. The education mix of HTL in Economics & Mechanical Engineering and a stydy of Industrial computer science enables a technology-based and marketing-oriented approach backuped with continuous updates and narrow knowledge exchange with an international network. Reference projects: online loyalty programs for Pampers / Procter & Gamble Germany, Online Portals & Applications for Beiersdorf and Masterfoods Germany; mobilkom austria, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (BMEIA), back to the origin / Hofer, Volvo, Dorotheum, Raiffeisen, FONIC (O2 Telefonica Germany), Austrian myholiday. Roman Kuba (http://www.meetup.com/members/99739592/) Finished university with a Masters Degree in 2012, worked afterwards as freelance developer with international clients like David Copperfield or Adidas. Since February 2014 he's working as lead frontend developer at Codeship. On the side he's teaching, consulting and talking at conferences. Gerwin Brunner (https://twitter.com/gerwinbrunner) Gerwin is active in the startup scene for more than 9 years. He is totally into the lean approach (in business and technology) and Meteor is the perfect fit for rapid prototyping. Patrick Neschkulda (http://www.meetup.com/Meteor-Vienna/members/195133237/) aka flipace is working as a lead product developer at the vienna based agency ovos media. He's also founder and developer of rocklegend.org. (http://rocklegend.org/) He's all into react, meteor, and webpack and constantly trying to find new ways to learn stuff, and new stuff to learn.

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  • 7. Meteor Vienna Meetup

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    Agenda: Talk #1: Space: Modular application architecture with Meteor - Dominik Guzei Talk #2 - Best practice routing (in Meteor and beyond) - Fabian Kromer Talk #3 - Learning how to land a Meteor app - Valentina Pegler, Iosif Miclaus Talk #4 - The ValueObjects pattern in Meteor with EJSON - Dominik Guzei Panel: Ask us anything Meteor (AUAM) - Dominik, Fabian, Valentina, Iosif, Gerwin Please let me know if you like to give a talk - you definitly should :) About the speakers: Dominik Guzei (https://twitter.com/DominikGuzei) I am a web development freelancer and open source evangelist with over ten years experience, currently living in Vienna, Austria. Two years ago I fell in love with the Meteor.js framework and have been developing complex real-time web applications and open source frameworks with it since then. Fabian Kromer (https://twitter.com/faburem) Fabian is a web developer with a never-ending passion for Javascript. After successfully crashing his first startup last year, he now makes a living as a freelancer. Iosif Miclaus (https://twitter.com/meezwhite) I'm currently living in St. Pölten, where I study Digital Media Technology and work as a student researcher at the Institute of Creative\Media/Technologies. On the side I develop various web apps, some of my own. I'm interested in simplifying the way of developing the Web. My excitement for Meteor a year ago turned out to be legit, making it today one of my favorite frameworks. Valentina Pegler (https://twitter.com/V_LNTN_) I am a freelance web developer from Vienna, currently studying Digital Media Technology at the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten. I love to work with Meteor since about one year with focus on developing new startup platforms.

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  • 6. Vienna Meteor Meetup

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    Join us on our Facebook group: http://bit.ly/meteorvienna Agenda: Meteor & Docker: The good, the bad and the awesome - Fabian Kromer Building a language learning system with Meteor - Gerwin Brunner Working with the Amazon Stack - Lessons learned - Thomas Strobl Ask us anything Meteor (AUAM) Panel - Fabian, Thomas, Gerwin Please let me know if you like to give a talk - you definitly should :) About the speakers: Fabian Kromer (https://twitter.com/faburem) Fabian is a web developer with a never-ending passion for Javascript. After successfully crashing his first startup last year, he now makes a living as a freelancer. Thomas Strobl (https://twitter.com/tom2strobl) Thomas is founding partner and creative technologist at the interactive production agency WILD. He's done work for companies like Intel, Nike, Al Gore, San Francisco 49ers, Kanye West, Adidas, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam, TBWA New York, STOPP/LosAngeles or PayLife. Gerwin Brunner (https://twitter.com/gerwinbrunner) Gerwin is active in the startup scene for more than 9 years. He is totally into the lean approach (in business and technology) and Meteor is the perfect fit for rapid prototyping.

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  • Meteor Meetup Reboot

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    I think it's time to give this meetup a reboot and see where we can go from here. What kind of topics would you be interested in hearing? Please add your suggestions in the comments (and don't be shy!!!) Looking forward to here from you guys.

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  • Hey, I am missing an upcoming event.

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    Trying to get more involved into meteor and missing a real world event. Task could be "some basic informations" for Noobs :-)

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