The talk will be held at 6PM on Sept.8 in room 1231 of Engineering Building II on NCSUs Centennial Campus. The talk is free to the public and seats are available on a first-come first-served basis. There may some standing room for late arrivals, but attendees are encouraged to arrive early to get a seat (there are approximately 180 available). Free parking is available in the deck on Partner’s Way.
If you don’t feel comfortable presenting, conference registration is open. Tickets are $60 this year and include admission to both days of the conference, lunch, snacks, and beverages, dinner on Saturday, and a conference t-shirt.
Nate’s Google Maps App – All Seeing Eye
Nate’s Collaborative Fingerpainting
Ryan’s Awesome Coffeescript Editor
Justin’s Multiplayer Missile Command
Justin’s Realtime System Monitor
So just pretend that we had some blog posts since, uh, last year and that they were hit with .hide() and .remove(). Anyway, we’re ramping up! Hack Night is now a monthly meetup in addition to our regular 4th Tuesday meetups. If you haven’t been to Hack Night, it’s a great chance to jump on a project, get help with one you’re working on, or just hang out and chat with other developers. The next hack night is – right now at iContact! Stay tuned for the next Hack Night in early July.
We’ve got two more meetups this month – a lunch meetup at the new Whole Foods on Six Forks Rd on 6/16 and our monthly meetup on 6/28 at Rally in downtown Raleigh. We’ll talk about TXJS and have lightning talks to fill in the night. Also, Lily’s Pizza!
Files from Building Large jQuery Applications can be found at:
When you move beyond adding simple enhancements to your website with jQuery and start building full-blown client-side applications, how do you organize your code? At this month’s Triangle JS Meetup, we’ll take a look at patterns for application development using jQuery that promote the principles of tight encapsulation and loose coupling, including classes, the publish/subscribe paradigm, and dependency management and build systems.
is available at http://github.com/scottgonzalez/twitter-notify. Scott has also contributed to the node-mysql network driver for node.js.