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Ember Fest

The Biggest Ember.js Event in Europe!

Ember Fest takes place in Munich, Germany and will be a three day event featuring Training sessions, a full day Hackathon as well as a full day Conference. This will by far be the European Ember.js event of the year, starting on August 29th and ending on August 30th with a conference dinner and an after party. (


Ember Testing Improvements

Tom & Yehuda discuss potential improvements to Ember's testing story. (

Upcoming linkTo changes/ideas

Discussion about standardizing the use of linkTo, specifically enabling quote-less properties to be bound. More in this commit. (

State Manager Upgrade

Tom Dale is looking to simplify the use of State Manager within Ember. (


Cage Match - Ember vs. Angular

Peter Cooper hosts the Ember vs. Angular cage match between Tom Dale and Rob Conery at NDC in Oslo. (

Ember Hot Seat EP3: Adam Hawkins

Adam talks about his love hate relationship with Ember Data, tips on enterprise development with Ember, the need for build tools and standard UI components, and a host of other fun topics. Now available on iTunes. (

Much Very Confused: Ember for the inappropriately experienced

A guide to transferring knowladge from Rails MVC to Ember MVC. (


Bootstrapped, profitable, and growing company needs a remote JavaScript expert

We write beautiful personal finance software called "You Need a Budget" (YNAB). Now we're moving it to the web! We need a JavaScript/Ember expert to work with our small, passionate, fully remote team to make this app our best work yet. (



v7.0.0 Released - rewrite for new router apibreaking changes & more. Authentication framework for ember.js (


Adds interpolated string properties to Ember (i.e. no more unreadable getter concatenation). (


Validation for ember and non-ember objects. (


ember-autosuggest will suggest names from a bound list. (


Ember NYC - Hacker Hours

2nd July, 6:00pm @ Red Rover. (


Yehuda Katz: The Future of the Client-Side Web

Not specifically ember related but one of Ember's creator, Yehuda Katz, talks about the future of the web & how developers can be given the tools to innovate in the browser. (

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