Monthly Meetup February 2016 - Topic 2: Nothing Sounds Quite Like An (ng)808

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Topic 1: Nothing Sounds Quite Like An (ng)808
by Leigh Caplan
@texel | gh texel

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abstract:: Do you like JavaScript? How about music? No? Ok, you should leave now.

For the rest of you hi, thanks for sticking around! I've built a fun little sequenced drum machine using Angular 2, TypeScript, and an audio/sequencing library developed at Splice called Shabu-shabu.

In this talk, I'll show you how it works, and point out some of the cool new features of Angular 2 which has just officially gone beta. I'll also show you how TypeScript can make JavaScript even more fun (and safe) for everyone.

Warning: you may be exposed to higher than usual levels to Planet Rock during this presentation.

bio:: My name is Leigh, and I work for Splice. We make tools that help musicians around the world collaborate and stay inspired.

I'm also a musician and DJ myself, but please don't hold that against me.

If you're in the Seattle area, you should drop by Seattle JS. Join the Meetup at meetup.com/seattlejs. See you there.

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