Austin Web Bash 2014

Our good friends at Refresh are hosting the Austin Web Bash Tuesday December 9th. This is an opportunity for folks from across different meetups in Austin to hang out. Even better, proceeds from the event go towards the Keep Austin Beautiful organization!

Come join us next Tuesday!

October 21st Meetup – 7:30 PM – Dan DeFelippi

We’ve got another ~*super rad*~ meetup next Tuesday, October 21st. Local favorite Dan DeFelippi (@expertdan) is going to educate us on building mobile apps with Cordova (the open-source engine behind PhoneGap). Aside from being a proper geek and hacker, Dan is a co-founder of local bike rental and bike share app Spokefly.

Many thanks to the good folks at Frog for hosting us again. And thank you, Bazaar Voice, for covering the drinks and pizza. If you’re looking for a job or just want to express your deep-seated love and appreciation for anyone kind enough to give you pizza, talk to one of the folks in a BV t-shirt or reach out online.

  • When: Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 from 7:30-9:00 PM.
  • Where: Frog Design – 101 West 6th Street – 2nd Floor
  • How: Parking is on the street, or you can bus, bike, rollerblade, segway, or walk yourself down there and just not worry about it.
  • Drinks and pizza will be provided.

Afterwards, the discussion carries on a few blocks away at The Gingerman, where they have over 70 beers on tap.

If you’ve got any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact Aaron (@aaronj1335).  Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @AustinJS

September 16th Meetup – 7:30 PM – Dan Heberden

Get ready for a blowout Austin Javascripters, cause this month’s meetup is going to be a choreography-fueled rager:

This month’s speaker is Dan “Jazz HandsJazzHands” Heberden:



Dan’s going to take you to school on testing Javascript. Get ready to be SHOCKED AND AWED.

Thanks to sponsors this month, Help.com, whose team of customer service and technology experts is setting out to build the next generation of customer service software. Their goal is to give companies the tools they need to delight their customers at enterprise scale.

Help.com is a SaaS startup based in downtown Austin. They recently closed a $6 million seed round and growing their team is a top priority. Their team of experienced customer service and technology experts is excited to change the landscape of the industry and become one of the best places to work in Austin. If you’re interested in joining them, talk to them at the meetup or take a look at their job postings.



  • When: Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 from 7:30-9:00 PM.
  • Where: Frog Design – 101 West 6th Street – 2nd Floor
  • How: Parking is on the street, or you can bus, bike, rollerblade, segway, or walk yourself down there and just not worry about it.
  • Drinks and pizza will be provided.

Afterwards, the discussion carries on a few blocks away at The Gingerman, where they have over 70 beers on tap.

If you’ve got any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact Aaron (@aaronj1335).  Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @AustinJS

August 26th Meetup – 7:30 PM – Jonathan Lipps

Whatup jorbascrupmers. As promised we’re going to be hearing about a shiny new feature coming in the next version of JavaScript — generators.

Jonathan Lipps will give a talk titled Yield! How ES6 Generators and Monocle-js Can Bring Async Into Line, Literally, and will teach us how generators can save our souls from callback hell.

Jonathan has been making things out of code as long as he can remember. He currently works as Director of Ecosystem and Integrations at Sauce Labs, leading a team of open source developers to improve the web and mobile testing ecosystem. Jonathan is the architect and project lead for Appium, the open-source, cross-platform mobile automation framework (written in Node). He has worked as a programmer in tech startups for over a decade, but is also passionate about academic discussion.

We’ve got a lot of good folks to thank this month. Thanks to Sauce Labs for flying Jonathan out to do the talk. As always, thanks to Frog for hosting us. And last but not least thanks to our main sponsor, Joust, for drinks and food. Joust is a startup with a lot of momentum and several major customers like ESPN, ABC, and MTV. They’re building a core team of engineers, so if you’re interested, contact Philip.

  • When: Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 from 7:30-9:30 PM.
  • Where: Frog Design – 101 West 6th Street – 2nd Floor
  • How: Parking is on the street, or you can bus, bike, rollerblade, segway, or walk yourself down there and just not worry about it.
  • Drinks and pizza will be provided.

Afterwards, the discussion carries on a few blocks away at The Gingerman, where they have over 70 beers on tap.

If you’ve got any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact Aaron (@aaronj1335).  Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @AustinJS