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03/15/13

Gaslight Podcast #13: Introducing Michael Guterl

Your browser does not support the audio element. Michael Guterl joins us to talk about his career with programming and how to pronounce his name. We dive into Michael’s secrets for being an awesome programmer, talk about the balance of automated testing, and discuss how he uses Getting Things Done...

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03/13/13

CinciJS - AngularJS with Mike Ball

AngularJS AngularJS lets you write client-side web applications as if you had a smarter browser. It lets you use good old HTML (or HAML, Jade and friends!) as your template language and lets you extend HTML’s syntax to express your application’s components clearly and succinctly. It automatically synchronizes data from...

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02/19/13

CincyRB - Rubber with Jim Anders

Jim Anders will be talking about Rubber “a plugin that enables relatively complex multi-instance deployments of Ruby on Rails applications to Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).”

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02/18/13

How to Ship a CocoaPod

After a long, frustrating day of failing to find a good iOS library for parsing Well-Known-Text (WKT), we gave up and decided to write something. If WKT strings are what you are getting, you can parse geometries from the coordinate data there to draw polygons on a MKMapView. In fact,...

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02/14/13

Gaslight Podcast #11: The Brandery With Robert McDonald

Your browser does not support the audio element. This week we met with Robert McDonald, cofounder of The Brandery, a Cincinnati incubator. We talked about why you may want to launch a startup in Cincinnati, what it takes to succeed with an incubator, and how to get your groceries in...

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02/14/13

CinciJS - Lessons from Two Years of Backbone.js

Backbone.js has exploded in popularity in the past couple years. As one of the earlier shops to embrace it, we’ve learned a lot about how to use it more effectively over time. We’ll start with introducing backbone.js to catch everybody up that hasn’t used it, but spend most of this...

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