Presentations from 2012

Thursday November 29th, 2012 8PM

Joe Rozner

Sandboxing Untrusted Code in Node.js

Running untrusted code is always a difficult problem to deal with. This talk will explore some of th...

Philippe Lewicki


Meteor is a pure javascript open source platform based on node.js, mongodb, mustache style template ...

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Thursday October 25th, 2012 8PM

Geoffrey Plitt

Top 10 Secret Weapons For Front-End Development

Geoffrey Plitt, active standup comedian, former Google engineer, and CTO of comedy discovery engine ...

Giles Bowkett


Wheatley was designed to refactor JavaScript semi-automatically. The project's unfinished, because w...

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Thursday September 27th, 2012 8PM

Danny Tran

Sentiment Analysis in a Post Grammatical World

How do we determine the sentiment of text in a world where syntax and grammer are thrown out of the ...

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Thursday August 30th, 2012 8PM

Peter Wagenet

Sophisticated Views: How Ember's View Layer Handles the Complex Problems

Simplicity is good, but what happens when your problems aren't simple? In this talk, I'll discuss so...

Jeff Pelton

Jukebox.js - Experiment with Modern Web Technology

Today in the browser you can decode audio, parse metadata and album art, using Audio API & File API'...

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Thursday July 26th, 2012 8PM

Michael Anthony

JS To Rule Them All

One of the more cringe-inducing terms for any JS developer is "web page". We've now reached the poin...

Daniel Hengeveld

Backbone.js: The framework that isn't

Backbone.js is often discussed alongside the many other popular client-side frameworks like Ember, K...

Aaron Martin

Going Native: Practical scripting with the JavaScript Image Object

JQuery, Dojo, Mootools, Ext, Prototype,, Backbone, Modernizer….[sigh]…it’s hard to k...

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Thursday June 28th, 2012 8PM

Christian Sullivan

Design to Deploy - Mobile Development with Titanium

This talk is about the entire process of creating a mobile application with Titanium. From the early...

Igor Minar


What if you could write modern web apps with dramatically fewer lines of code and improve its readab...

Andrew Cholakian

Realtime Visualizations w/ D3 and Backbone

D3 is perhaps the most powerful tool available for displaying realtime data on the web. By defining ...

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Thursday May 31st, 2012 8PM

John Bender

Faster JavaScript Through Category Theory

Math, it's certainly not something you expect to see in a presentation about JavaScript, but even th...

Bartek Drozdz

J3D: Adventures with WebGL

I usually find technologies that interest me, experiment with them, publish demos I do and eventuall...

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Thursday April 26th, 2012 8PM

Gamaiel Zavala, Yahoo!

Introducing Mojito

Mojito is a sweet (and minty!) MVC application framework built on YUI 3 that enables agile developme...

David Guttman

Seeing Sound with HTML5

Embrace JavaScript-induced synesthesia. Thanks to recent advances in web audio API technology, you c...

Michael Anthonya

Achieving Native Mobile App Performance using JavaScript

JS for mobile development and getting the best performance out of CSS3 tweens.

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Thursday March 29th, 2012 8PM

David Valdman

Streamlining Client Side JS Development

James Haliday

Breaking up big node.js apps into lots of tiny services

Splitting up your architecture into tiny processes that talk to each other over the network is usefu...

James Baca

Creating Thumbnails from Movies Using JS and HTML5

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Travis Glines

An Introduction to WebGL and three.js

I had recently been working a lot with WebGL and three.js and will give a simple primer on what WebG...

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