Welcome to CanJS Meetups
Here you can find a meetup near you as well as find videos and other materials from past meetups. Find a meetup near you, check out what you might learn at a meetup, or find out how to get involved.
At meetups, we'll go over how to build things and use certain features of CanJS. Here's what we've done in past meetups.
Check out the video and follow along as Justin explains how to build TodoMVC in CanJS. This covers topics like two-way binding and building an application using
Map and List
Here's a preview of what's happening in upcoming meetups. Through building an ATM, we demonstrate using
can.List to model application state.
Organizer: Dick Williams
Organizer: Chris Klanac
Organizer: Nate Johnson
Organizer: Dan Connor
Organizer: Steele Price
Steele Price has been professionally designing and developing databases and Line of Business interfaces to them since 1983. Software development has not only been his primary source of income since; it is his passion. Many of his software development processes grew to fruition by seeing a business or consumer need and working diligently to fulfill that need with a real application. When you love to do something it invades every aspect of your life. Recently he has focused on the Semantic Web, HTML5 and cross-platform Web Enabled solutions. Since 2005 he has been consecutively awarded as a Microsoft MVP, an annual award given to exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge. His current tool set for Line of Business Applications is CanJS, Microsoft WebAPI, RavenDB and Microsoft Azure.
Organizer: Bradley Momberger
Bradley worked with Brian and Justin at Cengage Learning. He's a fantastic developer who's amazing at finding Mustache bugs. Bradly is a CanJS enthusiast, using it as his main framework at Reciprocity Labs.
Organizer: Kyle Buckingham
If you're in the area of one of these meetups, the first thing to do is to signup for meetup.com and attend the event. If you want to give a talk on something or help plan future meetups, contact the organizer on the meetup page. If you need starter material or have questions, feel free to reach out to us for assistance.
If you don't live near one of these cities, create a new CanJS meetup! As long as you have an open-invite event, no matter how small, Bitovi will provide you montly workshop and training material. Once you get over 15 people coming to your meetup, someone from Bitovi will come out. If you are outside the US, we will also come out, but when we can schedule a few meetups at once in the general area.
If you're part of a company that's using CanJS, you can sponsor the meetup by hosting the meetup or purchasing food and drink for attendees. Organizations can also start CanJS meetups.
Sponsor organizations get Bitovi's training and lecture material and their logo listed on the meetup page.
Contact us for meetup materials or further information at firstname.lastname@example.org.