Web 2.0 Development

This group is intended to become a hub for all today's technologies that make up the Internet as we know it.

Here you are free to talk about front-end as well as back-end. This includes but not limited to everything from CSS, HTML, JavaScript, jQuery, YUI, MooTools, to Perl, Ruby, JAVA, UNIX, FreeBSD, Linux, OpenBSD, and anything else that drives today's Web 2.0 websites.

Once this group reaches 50 members, we will begin meeting biweekly in informal settings (usually over coffee, drink and/or food) to network and socialize with other fellow web developmenet professionals and enthusiasts.

Events coming up

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Past events

  • Web App Architecture: BackboneJS + RequireJS + AMD

    14-15 Mar 2013 in New York, United States

    As a modern front-end developer you have undoubtedly come across BackboneJS, RequireJS, and maybe even wanting to get your feet wet using the AMD pattern.One of the common complaints is the documentation of BackboneJS and to water down the complexity of understanding the other parts of the mix.  How to effectively tie it all together?

  • Remote Mobile Debugging

    10-11 Oct 2012 in New York, United States

    In today's web development one of the hardest things to do is to debug code on mobile devices. Asking around you will quickly come to find that it is seemingly impossible to debug effectively for mobile.In tonight's meetup we will show some really cool ways to work on all your devices remotely on all platforms.The topic is presented by Patrick D'Souza, a seasoned web developer with over 10+ years of thorough experience in both back and front-end technologies.

  • Learn Source Control: GiT, SVN, CVS

    20-21 Jun 2012 in , United States

    Here is a topic that is usually expected to be learned on your own time yet so critical to get right !Source control is an effective technology for a myriad of purposes ranging from data loss protection, accidental coding mishaps, synchronize development teams, code reviews, and much more.Unfortunately this great technology is not really taught by your employer as you join so you are expected to know it.  To that effect it has become a staple technology everyone expects you to know.

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