Panel

Joe Eames (twitter github blog)
Merrick Christensen (twitter github)
AJ O’Neal (twitter github blog)
Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)

Discussion
03:19 - The Future of JavaScript and ES6

es-discuss -- Discussion of ECMAScript
@esdiscuss
six
ES6 in node.js

@brendaneich (Brendan Eich)

@rwaldron (Rick Waldron)

10:18 - Getting News about JavaScript

@derickbailey (Derick Bailey)
@tjholowaychuk (TJ Holowaychuk aka Vision Media)
@substack (James Halliday)
@maxodgen (Max Ogden)
Peter Cooper’s JavaScript Weekly
Peter Cooper’s HTML5 Weekly
@badass_js (Badass JavaScript)
@seb_ly (Seb Lee-Delisle)

12:43 - Blogs

Ben Alman
James Burke
LosTechies
Alvin Ashcraft’s Morning Dew
The Changelog
reddit

17:02 - Filtering

Readability

Pocket (formerly Read It Later)

Instapaper

three.js

UTOSC 2012 Machine Learning in JavaScript Jamison Dance VIDEO0023

23:21 - The Community

Airbnb Meetups
Addy Osmani: Articles for Developers
Utah JS
Utah Software Craftsmanship Group
Ruby Rogues Parley

27:33 - Podcasts and Videos

The Changelog
YUI Theater (Yahoo Theater)
Google Tech Talks
Coursera
InfoQ
Talks to Help You Become A Better Front-End Developer in 2013: Addy Osmani
How To Stay Up To Date on Web Technology: Chris Coyier
RubyTapas
The JavaScript Show
Wide Teams
Emacs Rocks!
The Breakpoint with Paul Irish and Addy Osmani
NodeUp

35:53 - More Blogs

HTML5 Rocks
A Minute With Brendan Eich
John Resig

36:16 - Conferences

CascadiaJS

JSConf
NodeConf

Picks

Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective (Joe)
Might & Magic Clash of Heroes (Joe)
Diet Coke (Merrick)
Noah Gundersen (Merrick)
Anis Mojgani (Merrick)
How to create a bookmarklet (and load jQuery anywhere)! (AJ)
So I installed Ubuntu Linux... Now what? (AJ)
Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver of the 10th Doctor (Chuck)
Powermat Power Dual 1200 Rechargeable Backup Battery (Chuck)

Next Week
Monolithic vs Modular Design w/ Tom Dale and James Halliday
Transcript
AJ: I ate a lot of pickle chips this morning.

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CHUCK:  Hey everybody and welcome to Episode 46 of the JavaScript Jabber show. This week on our panel, we have Joe Eames.

JOE: Howdy!

CHUCK: We have Merrick Christensen.

MERRICK: Hey guys!

CHUCK: AJ O'Neal.

AJ: I was informed that I'm not actually live.

CHUCK: [laughs] Charles Max Wood from Devchat.tv. And real quick I just want to mention...I know that most of the people who listen to this show are JavaScript developers, but if you're interested in learning Ruby on Rails, then I'm going to be teaching a course. It starts in March and you basically get unlimited access to me during the course, access of forms. It's going to be online live training and then coding and Q&A. So if you're interested in that, go to railsrampup.com and sign up.

AJ: Now what is "unlimited" mean when you talk about access to you?

MERRICK: [scoffs] Come on, man!

CHUCK: [laughs] If I'm awake, I'm probably available to answer to all your questions.

MERRICK: Do panelists get discounts?

CHUCK: If you're interested, I can probably work something out.

JOE: Interesting.

CHUCK: In fact, I'm offering a discount for anyone who listens to the podcast. If you go and sign up and you enter the coupon code podcast, it'll give you $200 off.

MERRICK: Oh nice! Nice!

AJ: Panelists only get $50 off, though.

CHUCK: That's right. It's like my dad when he graduated from demo school, his cousin came up to him and said "So, do we get a family discount?" and he says "Yeah, I'll charge you 50% more".

MERRICK: [laughs] No, kidding!

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