Meeting: Dec 20 - Lightning Talks 15

This Month

Tuesday: Dec 20, 2016

11:30 am

@StarSpace46
1141 W Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
73106

About “Lightning Talks”

Lightning Talks are a really fun event we put on every 3 months. Community members have 5 to 10 minutes to talk about JavaScript or topics related to JavaScript. We give preference to new speakers to strengthen our community. To participate: post your topic and presentation length.

Common talk themes include: problems you’ve solved, libraries you like, a cool blog post you read, something you’re working on now, or pretty much any other way you’re using JavaScript to achieve your goals.

Please note that marketing pitches are not allowed; lightning talks are a community enrichment event.

About our Speakers

Here is this month’s lineup!


  • What Meta Tags Your Site Should be Using (10 min) by Aaron Krauss
  • Node.js document models with Joi and Felicity (10 min) by Wes Tyler
  • Packaging Electron Apps for Windows + Adding in Auto Update Functionality (10 min) by Carmen Long

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Workshop: Sept 13 - Hexo.io Community Workshop

##Hexo.io Workshop Details
Saturday: Sept 13, 2014

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

@Prototek
401 NW 10th,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
73101

##About “Hexo.io Workshop”
This workshop will teach how to customize, update and run your new Node.js blogging platform and then deploy its static version easily via Github Pages. User group leaders, volunteers, and interested community members are encouraged to attend.

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Meeting: Feb. 21 - Node.js and Socket.io

Rock Your World with Node.js and Socket.io!

We already have a robust usergroup in terms of size, and we are attempting something ambitious - a live coding session with audience participation. We will have two speakers at our coding session, Ben Van Treese, and Rob Sullivan. Bring your laptops to the meeting if you want to participate and be blown away by live websocket awesomeness.

First, Ben is going to help you go full throttle from neophyte to awesome in the exciting world of Node. We are going to first cover the basics of node and then construct a small node app for the first part of the meeting. This should be a perfect entry point for those new to node, but should also be practical for those at a novice skill level. Then we will cover some more advanced material. Rob is going to join in and simulate an Enterprise environment and load for our app. Everyone interested in Node.js, websockets, and real-time communications should get something out of this presentation.

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