• Angular Pre-Rendering, Linting, & more (Co-hosts:AngularMTV,GDG-SV,ModernWeb)
    PLEASE REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT AT: https://www.meetup.com/modernweb/events/235966002 Join us for a JS filled Modern.Web event co-hosted with AngularJS MTV (http://www.meetup.com/AngularJS-MTV), GDG-SV (https://www.meetup.com/gdg-silicon-valley/) and Modern Web (https://www.meetup.com/modernweb/)! Title: Angular 4 Speaker: Stephen Fluin, Angular Core Team Description: An update on what's new in Angular, information on how to take advantage of the latest features, and how some changes under the hood benefit developers. --- Title: Linting Angular Speaker: Minko Gechev, Software Engineer, Learn Capital Description: Following best practices is essential for the final success of any project. Unfortunately, the process of enforcing them is manual and error-prone - through code reviews. In the talk I will show how to automatically encourage best practices and verify common style by using static code analysis with codelyzer. --- Title: Pre-render with Purpose Speaker: Jeff Cross, Co-Founder, nrwl.io (http://nrwl.io/) Description: In addition to helping your site play well with search crawlers and content scrapers, pre-rendering your application can also help your users see your content as soon as the html document is loaded. But the benefits of pre-rendering can be totally lost if you're blocking page rendering on loading external scripts and stylesheets in your html document. In this talk, Jeff will show techniques and tools to make sure pre-rendered Angular apps have fast first renders. --- JavaScript Panel Featuring Jeff Cross, Stephen Fluin, and Minko Gechev, we will discuss the Angular ecosystem and upcoming news. Sponsors Thank you to both our sponsors Waffle for the pizza and This Dot (http://thisdot.co/) for the videography and photography! --- Agenda: 630pm - 700pm - Registration & Pizza sponsored by Waffle! 700pm - 715pm - Welcome & Announcements 715pm - 730pm - State of Angular 730pm - 750pm - Speaker 1 750pm - 810pm - Speaker 2 810pm - 820pm - Angular Jeopardy 820pm - 840pm - Speaker 3 840pm - 900pm - Angular Panel

    Olympic tech talk room, Google Building QD3,

    468 Ellis St · Mountain View, CA

  • TypeScript in Action
    6:00 - 7:00 Networking and Light Dinner 7:00 - 7:05 Welcome and Announcements 7:05 - 8:30 Talk by Doris Chen 8:30 - 8:45 Q&A TypeScript has seen enormous growth over the past year. Today, it is used to build several key frameworks like AngularJS, Ionic etc. Across the board developers are falling in love with TypeScript as they find it to be the most productive way to work with JavaScript. In this talk, Doris will go through how TypeScript enables you to leverage features from the current and future of JavaScript while increasing the productivity of JavaScript development across the board. As ECMAScript 6 gains popularity and more browsers are implementing the standard, JavaScript developers across the board are beginning to wonder, 'what's next?' This session will cover some of the latest features of TypeScript, including future ECMAScript proposals, support for Angular and React/JSX, the state of the art type system capabilities, and how it all comes together to make working and creating things in JavaScript more productive and fun with TypeScript. Dr. Doris Chen http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dorischen/ Twitter @doristchen Doris is a Senior Technology Evangelist at Microsoft for the Western region of the United States, specialized in web technologies (HTML5, jQuery, JavaScript, Winodws 8, Ajax, and Java). Doris has over 15 years of experience in the software industry working in several open source web tier technologies, Java platform, .NET and distributed computing technologies. She has developed and delivered over 400 keynotes, technical sessions, code camps worldwide, published widely at numerous international conferences and user groups including O’Reilly Fluent, HTML5 Dev Conference, JSEverywhere, WebVisions, JavaOne, SD Forum, HTML5 and JavaScript meetups, and worldwide User Groups. Doris works very closely to create and foster the open source community around Java, NetBeans, Glassfish, and related technologies. Before joining Microsoft, Doris Chen was a Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems.Doris received her Ph.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in computer engineering, specializing in medical informatics. She loves to travel and she has visited 48 countries (out of 872) so far. In her spare time, she also enjoys music, movies and museums.

    TC2

    807 11th Ave · Sunnyvale, CA

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  • Webpack, GraphQL, and D3 (Co-hosts: Modern Web + AngularJS)
    To register for this Meetup please use the Modern Web's announcement: http://www.meetup.com/modernweb/events/232875869/ This meetup is co-hosted with the Modern Web (http://www.meetup.com/modernweb) meetup and AngularJS Mountain View (http://www.meetup.com/AngularJS-MTV/) meetup. Speakers Samer Buna, Author Samer is a technical content author, software developer, and mentor. He is passionate about everything JavaScript, and he loves exploring new libraries. He has recently authored a few books and online courses about React and GraphQL Declarative Data Requirements with GraphQL GraphQL provides a common interface between client and server applications for fetching and manipulating data. This talk will cover the What, Why, and How questions about GraphQL:- What is GraphQL and what problems does it solve- Why do we need something like GraphQL- How does GraphQL compare to its alternatives- What is declarative data communication- What does GraphQL look like and how does it work on the server- What is a GraphQL schema and how does it work with data services- What does GraphQL depend on, what is the learning curve Patrick J. Stapleton, AngularClass AngularClass Co-Creator, Angular 2 Universal, and Open-Source. Previously: CTO Keychain Logistics, HackReactor Instructor and Alumnus, Launch 2014 Hackathon Winner, Reddit Insight. Advanced Webpack Features Webpack is a JavaScript module bundler and code transformer for modern web applications. In this talk, we are going to cover why we need to bundle our code and how we can improve our developer experience using webpack. We will go over some advanced features: hot module replacement, code transformations, tree-shaking, module replacement, multiple entry points, and different types of code splitting. By the end of the talk, you will understand where Webpack fits in your workflow. Aysegul Yonet, AutoDesk Aysegul is a Javascript developer focusing on AngularJS and data visualization. She is a Senior Software Engineer at Autodesk A360 Cloud Platform, a Developer Expert at Google and an active conference speaker. She enjoys teaching at a variety of non-profit organizations aiming to increase diversity in the software industry. She is also the CTO of AnnieCannons, Inc, an organization that helps human trafficking survivors gain web development skills. D3 D3.js is a powerful JavaScript library for building stunning interactive data visualizations on the web. I will introduce you to the basic concepts to work with D3.js to get started. We will talk about creating what has changed in the new version of D3, basic charts, working with data, interactivity and performance issues you should be aware of. Agenda: [masked] Socializing (food, beverages - Thanks New Relic!) [masked] Announcements & Angular Update with Stephen Fluin [masked] PatrickJS - WebPack [masked] Samer Buna - GraphQL [masked] Aysegul Yonet - D3 [masked] Networking

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  • Angular 2, Firebase, BabelJS, and ES2015 co-hosted: Modern Web UI and AngularJS
    This meetup is co-hosted with the Modern Web UI Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/modernwebui/) and the AngularJS Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/AngularJS-MTV/). All registration (http://www.meetup.com/modernwebui/events/226957627/) will be handled on their the Modern Web UI meetup, so please register for this event at: http://www.meetup.com/modernwebui/events/226957627/ Speakers Jeff Cross & David East - Angular 2 and Firebase Jeff Cross from the Angular core team at Google is going to show off the fiery side of Angular 2. More specifically, he’ll show a little of what's new with Angular 2, and some nifty tools to easily incorporate data, authentication, and security into Angular 2 apps with Firebase. James Kyle - BabelJS James Kyle is a member of the Babel team and a UI Engineer at CloudFlare. In this talk he'll walk through how Babel is designed from the ground up. Then a quick dive into how you can use it to create custom tooling that will help you write better software. Jay Phelps - ES2015 and Beyond Let's take a deep dive into some of the new features of ECMAScript 2015, the specification that defines JavaScript. Classes, arrow functions, and more. Then we'll peek at what's coming in ES2016 and even discuss rumored features yet to be revealed! Agenda: [masked] Socializing (food, beverages - Thanks New Relic (http://newrelic.com/)!) [masked] Announcements [masked] Jeff Cross - Angular2 and Firebase [masked] James Kyle - BabelJS [masked] Jay Phelps - ES2015 and Beyond [masked] networking

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  • Introduction to Meteor
    6:00 - 7:00 Socializing (food & beverages - thanks New Relic) 7:00 - 7:10 Announcements 7:10 - 8:30 Talk 8:30 - 8:45 Q&A Meteor is a new type of platform that allows you to write complete applications - client and server - targeting web and smartphones in a fraction of the time it takes on other platforms. This talk will be a 30-45 minute live coding demo of building a simple app with Meteor that showcases its primary features and gives you a foundation to start building your next app on Meteor. Rahul just moved to Mountain View from the Netherlands to start the US subsidiary of Q42, a Dutch software consultancy that builds scalable, friendly software including two of the top five museum sites in the world (Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh), the infrastructure powering the Philips Hue lightbulbs and the Dutch State Lottery. We also develop our own startups and ventures. One of those startups runs on Meteor, and Rahul has been consulting and speaking aboutMeteor since 2012, organising Meteor meetups in the Netherlands and now the Meteor South Bay meetup here in Mountain View, as well as helping early stage startups deliver MVPs using Meteor as a tool for fast iteration. For more, see http://q42.com/meteor

    Crane Beach room, Google building CL2,

    1200 Crittenden Lane · Mountain View, CA

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  • HTML5, Cloud based development for cross-platform social games
    6:00 - 7:00 Networking & light dinner - Thanks Google 7:00 - 7:15 Announcements 7:15 - 8:00 Talk by Collin Green 8:00 - 8:30 Q&A Collin Green, Engineering lead at Weeby.co (http://www.weeby.co/), will present fun, technical demo of the GC devkit an our open source game engine that leverages the HTML5 canvas and the powerful in-browser debugging tools. The demo showcases the "best of both worlds" approach of devkit that takes advantage of the rapid development speed in the browser and the multi-platform output to DOM, canvas, or mobile native. This starts with making a simple game in the browser simulator and deploying on the web, iOS, and Android. The talk will finish with a demonstration of the Weeby.co (http://www.weeby.co/) cloud based development environment that can quickly turn the simple game into rich social experience.

    Google Campus Building 1900 - Asilomar Tech Talk Room

    1900 Charleston Road · Mountain View, CA

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  • Practical Performance Tips and Tricks to Make Your HTML/JavaScript Apps Faster
    UPDATE: Microsoft Raffle at the end of the Meetup tonight. Prizes include a DELL VENUE 8 PRO, Nokia 820, Halo games, and some T-Shirts. To enter please complete this 30 second survey: http://1drv.ms/1s3URr8 Good Luck! 6:00 - 7:00 Networking and Light Dinner 7:00 - 7:10 Lightning Talk - LiveResource by Justin Karneges of Fanout.io 7:10 - 7:20 Welcome and Announcements 7:20 - 8:30 Talk by Doris Chen 8:30 - 8:45 Q&A, Raffle How to tackle real-world web platform performance problems in modern websites and apps? This session starts with a basic understanding of the web platform and then explores to a set of problem/solution pairs built from industry-standard performance guidance. In the talk, we will demonstrate performance tips and tricks that will help you improve the performance of your apps and sites today. We will discuss the following respond to network requests, speed and responsiveness, optimizing media usage, and writing fast JavaScript. These performance tips and tricks apply equally to web sites that run on standards based web browsers, as well as to modern apps. Dr. Doris Chen http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dorischen/ Twitter @doristchen Doris is a Senior Technology Evangelist at Microsoft for the Western region of the United States, specialized in web technologies (HTML5, jQuery, JavaScript, Winodws 8, Ajax, and Java). Doris has over 15 years of experience in the software industry working in several open source web tier technologies, Java platform, .NET and distributed computing technologies. She has developed and delivered over 400 keynotes, technical sessions, code camps worldwide, published widely at numerous international conferences and user groups including O’Reilly Fluent, HTML5 Dev Conference, JSEverywhere, WebVisions, JavaOne, SD Forum, HTML5 and JavaScript meetups, and worldwide User Groups. Doris works very closely to create and foster the open source community around Java, NetBeans, Glassfish, and related technologies. Before joining Microsoft, Doris Chen was a Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems.Doris received her Ph.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in computer engineering, specializing in medical informatics. She loves to travel and she has visited 48 countries (out of 872) so far. In her spare time, she also enjoys music, movies and museums.

    GWC5-1 Beacon Rock Training Room

    2375 Garcia Avenue · Mountain View, CA

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  • Realtime by Proxy
    6:00 - 7:00 Networking & light dinner - Thanks Google 7:00 - 7:15 Announcements 7:15 - 8:45 Justin Karneges will talk about Realtime by Proxy 8:45 - 9:00 Q&A A novel approach to building realtime HTTP APIs through the use of a generalized proxy component. Finally, API development can be as straightforward as Socket.io! Introduces the Generic Realtime Intermediary Protocol ("GRIP") for backend interfacing, along with open source reference implementations (Pushpin, Pollymer). The talk focuses primarily on HTTP API design and server-side development, although client/browser aspects are also covered.

    Paramaribo Tech Talk, Building 42, Google

    1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountian View, CA · Mountain View, CA

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  • HTML5 Developer Conference - Sessions Oct 22-23, classes Oct 21,24,25 2013
    Register Here (http://html5devconf-oct13.eventbrite.com/) Pre-registration is now sold out, Early registration for HTML5 Developer Conference October 2012 is now open, as usual tickets start low and go higher. HTML5DevConf's main conference will be held at Moscone North on Oct 22-23, with one-day classes on Oct 21, 24, and 25. You can see some of our confirmed speakers, registration details, and more info about the conference here: http://html5devconf.com/speakers.html You can also check out our classes here: http://html5devconf.com/training.html Additional sessions and classes will be added later along with details. For questions on speakers/sessions/sponsors please contact [masked] Follow us on Twitter @HTML5DevConf for up-to-date info.

    Moscone Center North

    747 Howard St., San Francisco, CA, 94103 · San Francisco, CA

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  • Cross Platform App Hackathon
    Please Regsiter at http://crossplatform-apphackathon.eventbrite.com Only Here's your opportunity to try out the new Apps Frameworks to support cross-platform, Windows 8, Windows 8 Phone, iOS and Android. You'll get a chance to build amazing apps with experts from different app frameworks and Microsoft on hand to answer questions, plus awesome prizes for the best apps on Windows 8. If you're a web programmer, you'll be able to build native apps using HTML5 and JavaScript. If you just started on programming, don’t worry, we have app frameworks to get you started with no-coding experience required. Don't have Windows on your laptop? Microsoft will provide instruction/tools to let you run Windows 8 on your machine. We'll have sample apps, templates and ideas to get you started, and tech sessions on Friday evening to bring you up to speed on the app frameworks and SDKs. Free meals and a chance for fame and great prizes for creating the next killer app... and there may even be prizes to every app demoer at the Hackathon. We're excited to see what you all can build! If you feel up to the challenge, please sign up. Attendance is capped, so register soon -- all registrations are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please Regsiter at http://crossplatform-apphackathon.eventbrite.com Only Agenda: Feb 15 (Friday) 5:00pm Doors open 5:15pm Talks begin Stay tuned for talk details! Dinner will be served. 9pm Talks end 9pm-Midnight Hack!(Go home and Hack overnight) Feb 16 (Sat.) Hack the whole day 9am Breakfast 12pm Lunch 6pm Dinner 7:00pm Submission deadline 7:30pm Demos begin Come Prepared: Make sure you check these resources out and complete all the installation before the hackathon: App Frameworks (You can pick one of them to develop your app) · AppMobi: http://www.appmobi.com/ · Scirra Construct 2 https://www.scirra.com/ · YoYo Games http://www.yoyogames.com/ Web Developers http://www.windowsstore.com/developers/web iOS Developers http://www.windowsstore.com/developers/ios Designers http://www.windowsstore.com/designers Get a head start by installing Windows 8 and Visual Studio before coming in: On your Windows device: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/apps/br229516/ On your Mac: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/windows/apps/jj680133

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