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@hemanth hemanth commented Oct 11, 2014

Can be at any location?

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@1Marc 1Marc commented Oct 13, 2014

@hemanth - we can only record US, Canada or Mexico-based teachers due to visa laws. In the future we hope to open up workshop centers in Europe and Australia to open this up to teachers from more places.

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@rivadeveira rivadeveira commented Mar 29, 2017

@1Marc - i dont see "web mapping or GIS topic" , just for considering related tools (Google maps, OpenLayers, and over all LeafletJS)

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@CBedzz CBedzz commented Mar 29, 2017

Any hints on differences or updates to V3 or Brian Holt's React in May versus V2 shot at end of last year?

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@chmanie chmanie commented Mar 29, 2017

The person is called James Halliday.

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@NiallJoeMaher NiallJoeMaher commented Mar 30, 2017

@CBedzz - I'm also wondering the same! I wonder what's changed with React in such a short time

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@himanshupnt himanshupnt commented Mar 30, 2017

A WebRTC workshop can be added to the list?

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@mlpassos mlpassos commented Mar 31, 2017

Please put so more EmberJS with Mike North or maybe some EmberJS + Electron App. Some Full EmberJS App with Mike would be good also, but a real world app, not just an app that get stuff from github.. realworld example! Thanks

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@mlpassos mlpassos commented Mar 31, 2017

Cordova and Phonegap!

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@mattferderer mattferderer commented Apr 5, 2017

Facebook's Reason OCAML to JS would be nice

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@1Marc 1Marc commented Apr 28, 2017

Holy crap I missed all these comments!

@rivadeveira absolutely, any ideas on the teacher?

@CBedzz @lesniall v2 covered router v4 alpha -- this one covers v4 stable. Also this will be 3 days which will cover more stuff like Prettier, Flow, etc. Also createClass is deprecated so will use ES6 classes. Updates to universal routing -- lots of updates!

@chmanie fixed.

@himanshupnt check out Real-time web with Node -- definitely something we can expand on!

@mlpassos we already have Ember 2.x AND Advanced Ember 2.x. I don't think we'll be doing any more Ember for a while.

@mlpassos we have React Native and we might cover Nativescript. Seems like more people are moving towards those...

@mattferderer good suggestion!

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@rivadeveira rivadeveira commented May 5, 2017

@1Marc i don't know if he is interested,
but @sethvincent is author of a book about leafletJS

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@devcorpio devcorpio commented May 30, 2017

Hello,

Possible teachers:

  • Nicholas C. Zakas
  • Eric Elliot
  • Steve Souders
  • Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

And maybe two people that can be more unknown, but they wrote one of the best books I ever read:

Lawrence Spencer,
Seth Richards

Book

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@royshouvik royshouvik commented Jun 29, 2017

@1Marc A course on LoopBack would be nice. We already have content for Express and Hapi, but I feel LoopBack can still add value.

Also, can we have something like User Voice? Would help you prioritize course and feature requests.

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@devcorpio devcorpio commented Sep 20, 2017

A course of create rest api, authentacion api, microservices, use swagger for documentation, how deal with changes in api, versioning, etc

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