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Great JavaScript Meetup In San Francsico Last Night!

Updated: at 02:12 PM


My guess is 75 people showed up at Dolores Labs last night for this meetup.  It lasted about two hours and had about 6 great presentations.  Douglas Crockford kicked it off with a discussion on upcoming security models around new versions of JavaScript followed by several other presentations that included a Google engineer showing cool Google Labs projects, several JavaScript frameworks and other very cool things.  Dolores Labs is down a small alley where I was sure I was lost.  Marked 83A was a non descript door with two flights of stairs. Then, a roomful of engineers, lots of ethernet connections, beer and pizza.  What else could we ask for.

Below are some fun pictures I took. Not sure if it does justice to the fun that was had.

Many thanks to Matt Humphrey for organizing the event.  Job well done!!!


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