While last night's group was smaller than the one a couple of weeks ago, I had a great time and think we made some great progress! Janean has provided a brief summary on our WikiWiki - https://github.com/SLC-JS-Learners/wiki/wiki/July-23-Meeting
I've also been asked to point everyone to some basic help resources. Off the top of my head the biggest ones are:
- codecademy's own "Q&A Forum" - in the lower-right corner of every exercise is a link to a section specific forum
- StackOverflow (http://stackoverflow.com/
) - a general purpose coders' Q&A forum
Please feel free to post additional help resources to this group's listserve and our WikiWiki (https://github.com/SLC-JS-Learners/wiki/wiki
we were all able to get set up on Cloud9  and start working through Katas in about 10 minutes (it would have been a lot faster, but we were seriously taxing Starbucks' internet pipeline).
Jared gave us a great tip. We weren't able to find the console.log output in Cloud9, but in Chrome you can open the developer's tools and the right most tab is the console (see http://i.imgur.com/KqAEtCM.png
, recreating liammclennan's Koans with a different testing framework (e.g., Jasmine, Mocha, YUI Test, Karma), and even controlling a robot.
 Not to mention that you will better retain your new knowledge if you space out the lessons and practice ;-)
 Cloud9 just released a much anticipated new version today. For group reference purposes, I accepted all the default settings ("Full IDE", "No Split", "Cloud9 Night", "Default" keyboard, Soft Tabs on @ 4, Auto-Save Enabled).