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BrooklynJS announces August speakers

Geek out over the world's most popular programming language at the Aug. 20 event.

The June 2015 BrooklynJS meetup. (Photo by Flickr user Alec Perkins, used under a Creative Commons license)

BrooklynJS has built a tight-knit community by having really good presentations and really weird musical interludes which are frequently bolstered by their own PowerPoint presentations. It is a place where people can be themselves.
Tickets for this month’s celebration of JavaScript go on sale Friday at 10 a.m., and the presenters look promising (and pretty diverse)!
Here’s the lineup:
Jack Lukic: Let nothing come between U and I
https://twitter.com/jlukic/status/140163817916211200
Nick Hehr: Become Optimist Prime


Rushaine McBean: Go from 0 to ES6 in 10 minutes


Michael Hart: Let the serverless era begin


Sarah Ransohoff: Won’t you take me to… functiontown?


Admittance “comes with a custom commemorative laser engraved token of the event, which can optionally be redeemed for a craft beer, wine, or soda.”
Get tickets ($15)
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