Worldwide Meteor Day
- Worldwide Meteor Day: connecting 134 cities across all continents by Yuriy Dybskiy (Community Engineer at Meteor Development Group)
- Packages for building an ecommerce application - shopping cart / stripe by Nate Strauser (Consultant at )
- Integrating ElasticSearch with Meteor by Harrison Harnisch (Software Engineer at Respondly)
- Meteor Gaming with Unity by Aaron Cammarata (Chief Creative Officer at voidALPHA)
- Telescope & Pintask on Sandstorm.io by Jade Wang (Cofounder at Sandstorm.io)
- Resolver.io - A Marketplace for Everyone by Andrew Mello (Founder at Resolver)
- Rapid Prototyping With Meteor by Pan Wangperawong (Product Manager at MathCrunch)
- How Meteor helped us work together to create a Droste-style animation. by Babak Badaei (Friendly developer guy at Hemaka)
- Gitflow Branch Dashboard by Richard Brooks (QA Engineer at BitTorrent Inc.)
Introduction project: https://github.com/svub/best-meteor-resources - a little web app to collaboratively collect links to great Meteor resources and vote on them. We hacked it together in about 30 to 45 minutes.
- Umeedoo, a web platform to find, share and join activities (Sven Buschbeck)
- parcel.gr, a courier service search engine (George Voulgaris, if you want to try it out use "firstname.lastname@example.org:meteor")
Notes: About 20 to 25 people attended. We started at 7.30pm and intended to stay until 9.30pm. But the participants were so curious and exited, we kept showing, hacking, and discussing until 11pm! Big success! We are looking forward to meet again soon, planning for it already.
Great meetup in NYC. 100+ attendees. The live coding demo was well received and show & tell had a good mix of simple and polished apps.
We did our 8pm video chat with MDG; a little late getting started and the video chat app's sound setup was kinda funky but still a good experience. A bit more networking and local Q&A after that.
Most people had already tried meteor. Very few windows users. Large interest in hosting / scaling.
♥Healthcare with Clinical Meteor by Abigail Watson
- Natural-language html with SemanticUI by Jack Lukic
- Better hotel services via in-room tablets with PlusMore by Pat Scott
- Hilarious and nostalgic Facebook with SuperPast.com by Brad Meyer
- Track your health via your photos with Enfluence.io by Shawn Dimantha
- Share the places you love with placelist by Chaz
- Collect and organize student work with threering.com by Jon James
- shrop presented sprintQ for managing open source sprints
- Mike Barkas presented Grocery List App for keeping track of needed grocery supplies
- Mike Barkas presented Meteor Reactive Data
- A fellow Metorite demonstrated a commercial automative related application. He was able to get live help from Josh Owens to help improve some performance issues he was having with the current codebase.
- 22 singups for the meetup and 18 made the event
- Scott Deeter presented an introduction to Meteor to help our new Meteor friends
- Josh Owens lead the Charlotte side of the MDG (Meteor Development Group) Developer Q&A. Emily Stark was our designated MDG developer. She did a great job answering questions for Charlotte and Atlanta meetups.
- Pizza, beer, and soda was enjoyed by the group. The Meteor tshirts and stickers were a huge win too!
- Introduction to Meteor (Dominik Guzei)
- PRISMA - Global Color Swatches for multiple Photoshop documents built with Meteor (Code Adventure)
- Controlling Samsung TV Video player in Hospitals with Meteor
- Introduction to Meteor by Chris Waring
- Presentation of the book Building Single-page Web Apps with Meteor by Fabian Vogelsteller
- Our Meteor product - Innoscale AG by Philipp Brock
- Our Meteor product - Curendo UG by Adrian Hunter
- Our Meteor experience - Coyno UG by Levin Keller
- Meteor Day Checkin by The Bakery
- Ableton live & Meteor by Chris Waring
- Flowkey by Ahmed Hassan
- Meteor Spotting by The Bakery
- Introduction to Meteor (Denis Gorbachev)
- Strelka Institute Library (Valia Fetisov)
- Pintask - extensible task tracker (Denis Gorbachev)
- Attended by 40+ people.
- Most stayed up to 11pm.
- Lots of interest in Meteor, both from students and experienced developers :)
- talks given
any notes on how it went :)