• 19:00 Socializing, food, drinks
• 19:30 Welcome
• [30min] WebGL & WebVR (Martin Naumann (https://twitter.com/g33konaut))
• [30min] Building a desktop application with Electron (Kristian Poslek (https://twitter.com/bojzi))
• [30min] Introduction to Meteor (Matyas Albert Nagy)
Food and location sponsored by TNG Technology Consulting GmbH (https://www.tngtech.com/)
WebGL & WebVR (Martin Naumann)
With WebGL we’re having the technology to broaden our understanding of the web as a collection of two dimensional pages.
And after a few examples on how to use the third dimension on the web, we will explore the next step “into” the web with WebVR.
Martin Naumann: Martin works as a software engineer at Archilogic in front- and backend.
He believes in the web platform and is working with bleeding edge technologies that will allow the web to prosper.
Building a desktop application with Electron (http://electron.atom.io/) (Kristian Poslek)
For that purpose, we’ll be diving deep into Electron to learn the basic concepts, explore Electron’s API and see how to get an applications out to end users.
Kristian Poslek: I’ve been working on front-end related issues my whole career (about 6 years now) while also doing back-end depending on the company I’ve worked for (.NET MVC and Ruby on Rails).
I’m originally from Zagreb (Croatia) and I’ve moved to Munich in January to work as a consultant at comSysto and loving it.
Introduction to Meteor (Matyas Albert Nagy)
I will present the Meteor framework / stack & also a small demo, underlining key strengths and what is possible.
More information: http://www.munichjs.org/meetups/?event_id=60