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From yesteryear when anyone who own a website with his cat (before lolcatz!) was called a webmaster to the era of ’we’re gonna build another Facebook-killer’ ventures.

Second part is about how Ember.js allows developers to build very sophisticated one-page apps that feel like ‘I don’t remember IE8 anymore’.

This presentation was based on great ‘Ember.js in Acion’ book by Joachim Haagen Skeie. Kudos to him as without the book (from the very early editions) my knowledge wouldn’t be enough to screw up my courage to do my first public presentation ever.

Presented at Meet.js in Katowice, Poland on Feb 5th 2014.

From yesteryear when anyone who own a website with his cat (before lolcatz!) was called a webmaster to the era of ’we’re gonna build another Facebook-killer’ ventures.

Second part is about how Ember.js allows developers to build very sophisticated one-page apps that feel like ‘I don’t remember IE8 anymore’.

This presentation was based on great ‘Ember.js in Acion’ book by Joachim Haagen Skeie. Kudos to him as without the book (from the very early editions) my knowledge wouldn’t be enough to screw up my courage to do my first public presentation ever.

Presented at Meet.js in Katowice, Poland on Feb 5th 2014.

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