SFJS #33: Open Source JS, Windows 8 Apps and Titanium Alloy

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Nick Sullivan presents Best Practices for Open-Sourcing your JavaScript Project

Covering grunt, docco, travis, and other goodies.

Ricardo Alcocer will give a lightning talk on Alloy (https://github.com/appcelerator/alloy), an MVC framework for Titanium.

Doris Chen presents Developing Windows 8 apps with HTML5 and JavaScript

You already have a Web app on the Internet and want to reach customers with a new, targeted experience on Windows 8. Learn how to leverage your existing HTML and JavaScript skills, and how to integrate your website with your Windows apps.

You’ll discover how this mirrors or differs from traditional Web programming and how to harness the rich capabilities of Windows 8 through JavaScript and the Windows Runtime.

You'll learn techniques for turning your HTML5, CSS and JavaScript into a great Windows app including touch-enablement, adopting the Windows look and feel, and system integration.

This meetup is hosted and sponsored by the Climate Corporation

The Climate Corporation’s mission is to help all the world’s people and businesses manage and adapt to climate change. To achieve our mission, we have built a unique technology platform to enable, for the first time, the real-time pricing and purchasing of customizable weather insurance. Managing over 200 TB of data, including 34 trillion+ weather simulation data points, 150 billion soil type observations, and more than 3 million daily weather measurements, we are one of the largest users of Amazon Web Services.

We are focused on the enormous challenge and opportunity of protecting the $3 trillion global agriculture industry from the financial impact of adverse weather – the cause of over 90 percent of crop loss – with fully automated weather insurance products. We are also building web and mobile applications that unleash the power of our unique data and analyses to help farmers manage their daily work with field-level weather and crop insights.

See our video about what it’s like to work at The Climate Corporation: http://goo.gl/lNVPS

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