[Noisebridge-discuss] hacking on Ember.js

Sterling Radcliff sterlingradcliff at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 22:55:57 UTC 2014


it really just an arbitrary preference that I have, but here are some 
reasons:

- I want there there to be a division between what i do for work and 
what i do for fun/on my own time. that means not doing angular for my 
side-projects.

- i'm a rails person at my core, so ember is obviously interesting to me 
because of that connection, even though the mvc concepts arent exactly 
the same

- ember isn't a google or a facebook thing, it's just a community driven 
open source thing, which i like


On 12/11/14, 2:46 PM, Harry Moreno wrote:
> Why ember in particular? I know angularjs and am more interested in 
> reactjs as an upcoming successor.
> https://www.google.com/trends/explore#q=angular.js%2C%20ember.js%2C%20react.js&cmpt=q
> much inflection point
>
> On Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 2:44 PM, Sterling Radcliff 
> <sterlingradcliff at gmail.com <mailto:sterlingradcliff at gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     noisebridge,
>
>     I am currently trying to learn Ember.js via Ember-CLI. I am
>     wondering if anyone is interested in learning Ember together or
>     sharing what they already know with me. Also, maybe if there is a
>     knowledgeable person out there in the noisebridge community, and
>     enough interest, we could do a one off ember-cli class sometime?
>
>     Thanks and please feel free to respond to me directly if you'd like
>     sterling
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