Boulder JS

While there are some great groups in town that discuss a bunch of cool languages, there wasn't one that focused specifically on the language that you and I both love, JavaScript. Until now. These are fascinating times for JavaScript development, and this group will attempt to explore topics including, but by no means limited to: * the power of raw JavaScript; * Ajax; * libraries like jQuery and Prototype; * techniques for building your own library; * server-side JavaScript with Node.js; * optimization techniques; * test-driven development; * and so much more! We're a friendly group and we welcome developers of all skill levels, beginner to expert. We want to foster an environment where it's okay to ask questions and it's okay not to know about certain aspects of the language. We're willing to share what we know, and are open to learning from others.

Events coming up

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Past events

  • May Meeting - Testing the Front and the Rear and ???

    Wed, 13 Jun 2012, 01:00 - 04:00 in Boulder, United States

    Hey all,I'm starting to organize the May meeting of Boulder JS. I will be speaking about front and back end testing using Mocha, doing asynchronous testing, and integration testing using Zombie.js. Basic knowledge of TDD is assumed, though I'll gloss over it from the beginning.If people don't feel confident yet with testing, this will make you confident.

  • April Meeting - BlogFrog and Native JavaScript OO

    Wed, 25 Apr 2012, 01:00 - 03:00 in Boulder, United States

    Hi all! Our April meeting is upon us. The next Boulder JavaScript will be Tuesday, April 24th starting at 7PM. Details about each talk are coming, but there will be two talks geared for all levels.I'll also be posting an address shortly.Thanks to BlogFrog for hosting, and hope to see you there!

  • Sencha Touch

    Tue, 27 Sep 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Boulder, United States

    Slight switch for the September topic. Matt Greer will cover Sencha Touch, a nice framework for creating HTML5 based mobile apps. Sencha Touch enables you to create apps targeted at iOS, Android and Blackberry. We'll go over how to get started with the framework, and create an app that demonstrates the framework's capabilities.

  • BLDR.UX11

    Mon, 12 Sep 2011, 15:00 - 17:00 in Boulder, United States

    BLDR.UX11 is a full day of lectures given by web developers from the Boulder area  and other parts of the country. The day will start off with some breakfast, continue through the day with some great talks about some of our favorite technologies, and end with happy hour and demo sessionsTopics : jQuery, ExtJS, Data visualization with Processing.js, OpenSocial (Given by the President of the OpenSocial Foundation), Writing extendable web applications, Designing for Accessibility with HTML5

  • Backbone and Friends

    Tue, 26 Apr 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Boulder, United States

    We'll be in the meeting room at the Meadows Branch of the Boulder Public Library this time.If you're familiar with the Michaels shopping center at Foothills and Baseline, the Meadows Branch is behind that shopping center. Google Maps'ing the address doesn't quite pinpoint the location well enough, so here's a map that will help

  • Let's discuss what we want out of the Group.

    Tue, 29 Mar 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Boulder, United States

    Since this is our inaugural meeting, the agenda is pretty simple: Get to know each other over a beer or two.

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