Lunchtime Tech Talk: Tom Dale and Yehuda Katz on Ember.js

On Wednesday, Tom Dale and Yehuda Katz joined us for a lunchtime tech talk. Tom gave a great overview of ember.js, a new JavaScript MVC born out of the work done on SproutCore 2.0. Here’s the video of the presentation and Q&A that followed:

Happy JS hacking!

About Christian Nelson

Christian is a software developer, technical lead and agile coach. He's passionate about helping teams find creative ways to make work fun and productive. He's a partner at Carbon Five and serves as the Director of Engineering in the San Francisco office. When not slinging code or playing agile games, you can find him trekking in the Sierras and playing with his daughters.
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4 Responses to Lunchtime Tech Talk: Tom Dale and Yehuda Katz on Ember.js

  1. Jared Carroll says:

    Great introduction to ember.js. After writing several backbone.js apps, I’m excited to give ember.js a try. I really like the fact that ember.js has embraced Rails’ principle of convention over configuration.

  2. thanks for posting this, i am excited about ember data, and perhaps a way to persist out data across reboots in the browser on an iOS or android device, perhaps using something akin to a schemaless sqlite, e.g. a supercookie?

  3. Pingback: Video: Tom Dale and Yehuda Katz on Ember.js | Javascript | Syngu

  4. Junior Barnes says:

    Jesus Christ, somebody punch the balding douchebag shoveling chips in his mouth.

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