Trek Glowacki (twitter github Trek by trek) AJ O’Neal (twitter github blog) Jamison Dance (twitter github blog) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Intro to CoffeeScript)
02:18 – Ember.js (twitter, github, site)
03:17 – Based on/Inspired by SproutCore?
06:29 – todomvc
11:21 – Pulling pieces of Ember.js
12:07 – Struggles with using Ember.js
Learning API can and does change frequently The applications that Ember.js targets are new New patterns
18:45 – Developer style
22:59 – Rendering
24:42 – Philosophy of Ember.js
27:00 – Ember.js router
32:31 – Spending time learning Ember.js
35:06 – Frameworks and WordPress
41:57 – Event loop
42:49 – API
46:38 – Rendering and nesting views
Promo Only (AJ) TinyToCS: Tiny Transactions on Computer Science (Jamison) HandBrake (Chuck) BitTorrent (Chuck) Transmission (Chuck) Presto 04213 Electronic Digital Timer (Chuck) Crafty.js (Trek) About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design by Robert Reimann (Trek) Tucker Teaches the Clockies to Copulate by David Erik Nelson (Trek)
JAMISON: And I’m looking sexy.
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AJ: Yo, yo, yo. Comin’ at you live from DJ sphere of Orem, Utah.
CHUCK: We also have Jamison Dance.
JAMISON: Oh, gosh you get to —-. I'm sorry AJ; your intro was so good. [laughs]
CHUCK: [laughs] I'm Charles Max Wood from devchat.tv and this week, we have a special guest and that is Trek Glowacki?
TREK: Oh, very close. Good job.
CHUCK: [laughs] Do you wanna straighten it up for us?
TREK: You can just call me Trek. Everyone does.
CHUCK: Ok. How many generations removed are you from Poland or whatever?
TREK: So I'm a first generation American. My parents are foreign. But my dad is Belgian, not Polish nationally, but of a Polish decent.
CHUCK: Oh, OK. That's interesting.
TREK: Yeah. My driver’s license is weird and everything is misspelled. My voter registration is spelled wrong. It’s kind of a nightmare. It’s why I just go by Trek. I try to snag @trek as a user handle everywhere. So I'm @trek on Twitter– just makes my life easier.
CHUCK: Yeah. That makes sense. I have to say that, if your voter registration is messed up, I hope you are voting for that “other guy”. And I'm not going to be specific about my — because I don’t wanna start a firestorm on a programing podcast for that, so we’ll just leave it there.
Anyway, we are going to be talking about Ember.js today. Now, I know that Yehuda and Tom Dale work on it. Do you work on it too or are you just kind of an expert user?
TREK: A little bit of both. I hang out on the secret volcano base that we have, with Yehuda and Tom and my contributions are–
JAMISON: That's why your audio quality is so good.
TREK: Yeah, we are at the volcano base, it’s really is beaming to a satellite in space.
CHUCK: Yeah volcano net is awesome.