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Async Show and Tell

Async's 4th Birthday Show n' Tell

Thursday 19th June, 2014

Full info on the Async website
✈ Sign up to attend on the event's Lanyrd page.

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Would you like to speak on the night? You’ll have five minutes, that’s 300 seconds, to tell us about something… a project, a library, a technique, a story, or anything else on JavaScript and its techy friends (HTML, CSS, SVG, animated GIFs), or the wider world of web.

Please leave a comment below (you can use Markdown if you want) and include:

  • Your name
  • Your main website, if you have one
  • Twitter username, if you have one
  • A sentence or two about your talk
  • Any relevant links
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cham commented Jun 16, 2014

!!! UPDATE !!! I've got permission to show version 2 of one of our data visualisations we're building at Brandwatch.

Dan Neame
WebGL globe showing tweets that match a search term.

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Hello, I can do a talk on my noob learnings of javascript if you would like me to.

Jo Petty
I've been learning how to javascript at Codebar and can talk about what I've learnt, how I've found learning the language, and can even show you my super awesome project I'm working on (Star Trek themed Top Trumps anyone?)

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almost commented Jun 16, 2014

Football and Robots: Building a system to let people take a penalty shot over the internet using a robot

Thomas Parslow

Not sure exactly what aspect of the system I'll show but this project was so cool I just have to show it off :)

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qubyte commented Jun 18, 2014

Writing testable private methods with Node.js modules

Mark Everitt

This is a (probably obvious) pattern that I use to keep module API simple by hiding private implementation, without losing the ability to easily test everything. Bonus question at the end for everyone still awake.

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pperrin commented Jun 19, 2014

Paul Perrin

  1. Basic dev for Chromecast
  2. CSS based library for card games
  3. Firebase multi-user, scalable, trigger based, non-sql database.

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Julian Weaver / @hypodotio

Building a Helmholtz Resonator with the Webaudio API.

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