An introduction to and discussion about Node.js
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My brother does the games development, I'm just a boring back-end database/web developer, but I liked learning about the Node.JS and other JS libraries nevertheless.
0 · March 8, 2012
Jay's talk on game development with js libraries was interesting. He was honest about the limitations and shared his experience from his very first game dev project.Node.js talk was more inspiring than technical. I wish it was a little more technical ("install/use/show samples" format), hope the organizers will try to schedule one.
0 · March 7, 2012
Liked the game. Would have liked a little more info on the nodejs classes.
It's in the northeast corner of Isaac Newtown Square. Adjacent to Wiehle Ave.
0 · March 6, 2012
Can you give some more directions to this place?
Some really awesome late breaking news to announce for tomorrow.
Jason Hoffman, CTO and co-founder of Joyent (makers of Node), will be in attendance tomorrow and has graciously offered to say a few words and join the conversation on server-side JS.
Look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow!
0 · March 5, 2012
All,We need to broaden the focus of tomorrow's discussion given some recent changes to the project we're using to frame tomorrow's discussion.
Apologies to those expecting a purely Node.js event, but it should prove to be an interesting chat nonetheless!
One of our team members will be discussing Node. I will also be discussing a game that we've been working on.
0 · March 3, 2012
The meetup is next week. Any idea who is going to present? Thanks!
0 · February 29, 2012
Thanks for the question. Jay Garcia is leading up the project and we'll be deciding on a speaker and more details on the topic in the coming weeks. I'll post the information as soon as have more set in stone.
0 · February 1, 2012
Who's going to present?
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