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This month's JSLA will be at HUGE (Mid-City/Miracle Mile), Thursday July 25th @ 7pm. There will be presentations on gelocation based music discovery and managing binary data in the browser!
Please make sure to RSVP, space is limited: http://js.la
Presented by: Chris Mendez
In 2012, the USC Radio online team set out to create a new type of music discovery app centered around geo location. After months of imagining, planning, developing and iterating, the team finally released Geotunes, an HTML5-based app that provides users with a new way to learn about the relationships between songs and their geographical surroundings. The presentation will take a birds-eye view of the product lifecycle and share what it took to become one of the first 100 apps on the Spotify app ecosystem.
Hoped you enjoyed last month's JSLA. In case you missed it we uploaded the videos to our vimeo account.
This month's JSLA will be a beer.js on June 27th at Angel City Brewery in downtown LA. We will not have the usual formal talks this month but if you are working on something exciting and want to show it off feel free to bring your laptop!
Thats all for now, see you on the 27th.