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January meet this Wednesday

January meet this Wednesday

From:
Craig Sharkie
Date:
2013-01-13 @ 18:19
Tightening up the World's best loosely typed language.

The Web that Tim Berners-Lee first created was a series of linked static
documents. The Web you're working on today is a host of dynamically
generated applications, AND a series of linked static documents.

Hows does HTML deal with the new directions that the Web is taking us?
HTML5 is valiantly charging ahead, but it needs help and direction. Two
sources of that help and direction are Google's AngularJS and Microsoft's
TypeScript.

And we're taking a look at both of those frameworks this month.

RSVP NOW:

http://tixi.com.au/sydjs

______________________________________________________________________________

On the night you can look forward to:

John Scott: The Joy of AngularJS

A web framework from Google that brings web designers and JavaScript
developers together in harmonious co-operation.


Aaron Powel: Something, something, TypeScript

Application scale, type safe, class-designed, compiled JavaScript. Because,
reason.


Glen Maddern: Sup, AngularJS?

A developer's view of AngularJS' features with developer's pragmatism.


And, of course ... more!

______________________________________________________________________________

Join us at 6:00PM on January 16 to be part of the action!

Atlassian are hosting at their BRAND NEW head office at 341 George Street.
Now that's legendary support! Enter via the side door in Wynyard Street :)

Remember it's a free event, but if you're keen to sponsor we're keen to
listen.

Follow us @SydJS for more details or visit our site for more details
sydjs.com

______________________________________________________________________________

Re: [sydjs] January meet this Wednesday

From:
Sugendran Ganess
Date:
2013-01-21 @ 23:19
I missed this episode of SydJS - I don't suppose the typescript talk is
available anywhere online?


On 14 January 2013 05:19, Craig Sharkie <craig.sharkie@gmail.com> wrote:

> Tightening up the World's best loosely typed language.
>
> The Web that Tim Berners-Lee first created was a series of linked static
> documents. The Web you're working on today is a host of dynamically
> generated applications, AND a series of linked static documents.
>
> Hows does HTML deal with the new directions that the Web is taking us?
> HTML5 is valiantly charging ahead, but it needs help and direction. Two
> sources of that help and direction are Google's AngularJS and Microsoft's
> TypeScript.
>
> And we're taking a look at both of those frameworks this month.
>
> RSVP NOW:
>
> http://tixi.com.au/sydjs
>
>
> ______________________________________________________________________________
>
> On the night you can look forward to:
>
> John Scott: The Joy of AngularJS
>
> A web framework from Google that brings web designers and JavaScript
> developers together in harmonious co-operation.
>
>
> Aaron Powel: Something, something, TypeScript
>
> Application scale, type safe, class-designed, compiled JavaScript.
> Because, reason.
>
>
> Glen Maddern: Sup, AngularJS?
>
> A developer's view of AngularJS' features with developer's pragmatism.
>
>
> And, of course ... more!
>
>
> ______________________________________________________________________________
>
> Join us at 6:00PM on January 16 to be part of the action!
>
> Atlassian are hosting at their BRAND NEW head office at 341 George Street.
> Now that's legendary support! Enter via the side door in Wynyard Street :)
>
> Remember it's a free event, but if you're keen to sponsor we're keen to
> listen.
>
> Follow us @SydJS for more details or visit our site for more details
> sydjs.com
>
>
> ______________________________________________________________________________
>

Re: [sydjs] January meet this Wednesday

From:
Aaron Powell
Date:
2013-01-21 @ 23:23
Slides are available here - http://aaronpowell.github.com/talks/typescript/
This is my main TypeScript project - https://github.com/aaronpowell/mathy.js
(there's a few others on my GitHub repo)

Aaron Powell
MVP - Internet Explorer (Development) | FunnelWeb Team 
Member<http://funnelweblog.com/>

http://apowell.me<http://apowell.me/> | http://twitter.com/slace | Skype: 
aaron.l.powell | Github<http://github.com/aaronpowell/> | 
BitBucket<http://hg.apwll.me/>

From: sydjs@librelist.com [mailto:sydjs@librelist.com] On Behalf Of 
Sugendran Ganess
Sent: Tuesday, 22 January 2013 10:19 AM
To: sydjs@librelist.com
Subject: Re: [sydjs] January meet this Wednesday

I missed this episode of SydJS - I don't suppose the typescript talk is 
available anywhere online?

On 14 January 2013 05:19, Craig Sharkie 
<craig.sharkie@gmail.com<mailto:craig.sharkie@gmail.com>> wrote:

Tightening up the World's best loosely typed language.

The Web that Tim Berners-Lee first created was a series of linked static 
documents. The Web you're working on today is a host of dynamically 
generated applications, AND a series of linked static documents.

Hows does HTML deal with the new directions that the Web is taking us? 
HTML5 is valiantly charging ahead, but it needs help and direction. Two 
sources of that help and direction are Google's AngularJS and Microsoft's 
TypeScript.

And we're taking a look at both of those frameworks this month.

RSVP NOW:

http://tixi.com.au/sydjs

______________________________________________________________________________

On the night you can look forward to:

John Scott: The Joy of AngularJS

A web framework from Google that brings web designers and JavaScript 
developers together in harmonious co-operation.



Aaron Powel: Something, something, TypeScript

Application scale, type safe, class-designed, compiled JavaScript. 
Because, reason.



Glen Maddern: Sup, AngularJS?

A developer's view of AngularJS' features with developer's pragmatism.



And, of course ... more!

______________________________________________________________________________

Join us at 6:00PM on January 16 to be part of the action!

Atlassian are hosting at their BRAND NEW head office at 341 George Street.
Now that's legendary support! Enter via the side door in Wynyard Street :)

Remember it's a free event, but if you're keen to sponsor we're keen to listen.

Follow us @SydJS for more details or visit our site for more details 
sydjs.com<http://sydjs.com>

______________________________________________________________________________