Chad Hietala joined the show to talk with us about the long history of Ember.js, how he first got involved, his work at LinkedIn and his work as an Ember Core team member, how the Ember team communicates expectations from release to release, their well documented RFC process, ES Classes in Ember, Glimmer, and where Ember is being used today.
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- Chad Hietala – Twitter, GitHub
- Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website
- Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub
Notes and Links
- Status Board
- RFC Process
- ES Classes in Ember - Glimmer VM Architecture Part 1
- Glimmer VM Architecture Part 2
- Compiling to Binary
- The Project I mentioned that I worked on
- Ember Packages RFC
- EmberConf 2018 Keynote - Talks about Ember 3.0 roadmap
- The Changelog #131 — The Road to Ember 2.0 with Tom Dale and Yehuda Katz
- The Changelog #165 — Betting the Company on Elixir and Ember with Brian Cardarella