Atlanta JavaScript Meetup

I guess I'd never really thought about it. Would you consider JavaScript to be Open Source? Well, Firefox supports it and Firefox is Open Source. Most of the Javascript libraries out there (JQuery, Moo, Prototype, etc) are open source. Even the EXT JS library has a GPL v3 version. So I guess I'll have to say that it's open. Anyway, there's a new JavaScript meetup forming. At the moment they haven't decided on a place to meet, and their charter is a bit thin: Meet other local JavaScripters to share knowledge, to review the state of the art, or to dream up new applications. But follow along, sign up and be there! See: The Atlanta JavaScript Meetup Page.

Events - The Atlanta JavaScript Meetup Group

Events - The Atlanta JavaScript Meetup Group
  • The Atlanta JavaScript Meetup Group

    This is our 3rd Annual Summer Beer Blast and Technology Mixer. Grab a sip of cold beverage and some light food and meet the ATL tech and creative community all in one place.

    This event is being powered by our great sponsors Gather Technologies and General Assembly

    This is a social gathering between the following JavaScript related Meetups: ATL AngularATL JavaScriptATL MEANATL IonicATL React NativeATL RubyNorth Atlanta JavaScript, and React ATL.

    RSVP

    Rather than doing an RSVP on Meetup, please RSVP at the Beer Blast & Technology Mixer Event Page.


    Atlanta, GA - USA

    Friday, August 18 at 5:30 PM

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    https://www.meetup.com/AtlantaJavaScript/events/242248321/

  • The Atlanta JavaScript Meetup Group

    Talk: React Patterns in a Nutshell

    If you have been developing applications with JavaScript, there is no doubt you have crossed paths with React at some point. Over the last couple of years, many standard patterns have emerged and evolved. Do you know when to use them, and what makes one a better option over another? Let's take some time to dive in and explore these patterns, and walk away with an arsenal of tools at your disposal to get the most out of your components.

    Speaker

    Kelly Andrews is a developer advocate at Codeship. He has worked with React since the very early days and has seen the React landscape change. He blogs at the Codeship blog as well as kellyandrews.com.

    Atlanta, GA 30324 - USA

    Monday, August 21 at 7:00 PM

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    https://www.meetup.com/AtlantaJavaScript/events/241330035/