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Gain control over your JWTs with this awesome #Chrome extension

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Designing with style: Using style tiles in responsive design. Awesome talk by Jason Dorn

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This month we've got another special collaboration session. This time with the Calgary Python group - PyYYC. In this session we're going to be talking about two technologies you can use to build real-time microservice applications.

Mike Warren is going to introduce crossbar.io, an open-source broker/dealer for "routed" Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) and Publish/Subscribe messaging, using a protocol called Web Application Messaging Protocol (WAMP). WAMP supports "frontend" and "backend" style components in many languages (JavaScript, Python, C++, Java) using local (tcp, unix sockets, pipes) and remote ('plain' sockets, WebSockets) transports and multiple serialization formats (JSON, msgpack and CBOR).

Next week the Python group is going to host a meetup where you can learn how the very same APIs work in Python (both front-end and back-end). This is a great opportunity for the Py-curious to learn about event driven architecture in Python using Twisted and asyncio.

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@lighthouse_labs latest #yyc cohort are doing demos tomorrow! Go for the #beer, leave with a new employee. #yyctech

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Big thanks to Matt, Paul Coyle and our sponsors Clio PYXIS Innovation AppCarousel and 3esi-Enersight for making tonight happen.

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Tune in to the #live stream and learn about Elm.

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This session we have a special collaboration with the Functional Programmers YYC group. Bring your laptop, grab a beer, and play along on elm-lang.org as some of the basics of functional programming are introduced while building a small game that runs in the browser.
In this introductory talk Matt Hughes & Paul Coyle will help you get a basic feel for pure functions, immutable data, a strong type system, and how Elm brings them together with signals to build robust and simple programs. A lot of these functional concepts have been making their way to JavaScript lately so it is very transferrable. Learn about the advantages of Elm, such as it’s refreshingly clear error messages and time travelling debugger. Heck, you might even fall in love with a new language (I sort of hope not :P).

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Join us Last Best Brewing tonight for an intro to Elm presented by Matt and Paul Coyle

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We have a special session today with two hip kids coming in from beautiful Vancouver!

Our first speaker is Gabe Scholtz from Brewhouse. He is going to talk to us about observables. The observer pattern, implemented by RxJS, allows all data flows to be represented as a single entity: the Observable. With a series of interactive lessons, we build up the concept of an Observable and discuss why it will be important for the web in 2016 and beyond. We examine how the observer pattern creates code that is easier to understand with fewer bugs. Using Observables, we will build up a user interface that is void of moving parts. Reactive, declarative, and stateless.

Next up on the mic will be Brent Vatne who is on the React Native core team and runs the React Native Newsletter. He is going to give a brief intro to React Native, some of the recent advances they've made lately and where things are headed.

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We have a special session today with two hip kids coming in from beautiful Vancouver!

Our first speaker is Gabe Scholtz from Brewhouse. He is going to talk to us about observables. The observer pattern, implemented by RxJS, allows all data flows to be represented as a single entity: the Observable. With a series of interactive lessons, we build up the concept of an Observable and discuss why it will be important for the web in 2016 and beyond. We examine how the observer pattern creates code that is easier to understand with fewer bugs. Using Observables, we will build up a user interface that is void of moving parts. Reactive, declarative, and stateless.

Next up on the mic will be Brent Vatne who is on the React Native core team and runs the React Native Newsletter. He is going to give a brief intro to React Native, some of the recent advances they've made lately and where things are headed.
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