How does EmberJS get used in the real world? Jeffrey Biles interviews talented (but not necessarily famous) Ember developers from all over the world, sharing with you their challenges, passions, and triumphs.
Season 1 released February 2016.
Sponsored by www.emberscreencasts.com
United States
9 episodes
since Feb, 2016


We discuss how to get started with Ember, how Ember has made us better software developers in general, and how to recapture the Google Trends rankings. Other interviews by Erik Hanchett can be found at his soundcloud account. Writings by David Tang can be found at The JS Guy. Both of those come highly recommended. And, of course, my screencast can be found at EmberScreencasts.com. I've also been writing a book about learning Javascript and Ember via games.
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