The world's most popular programming language, in New York's most popular borough

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BrooklynJS is a monthly meeting of JavaScript developers which happens on the third Thursday of each month in the upstairs event space at 61 Local, a restaurant and bar in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Each month, a handful of presenters give short talks about cool technology projects, and there's usually also a musical guest performing in between.

Tickets cost $15 and are released in two batches, both on Fridays at 10am one and two weeks before the event. They usually sell out very quickly. Follow @brooklyn_js on Twitter for timely notifications about tickets, amid other blatherings.

This repository serves two primary purposes:

  1. Talks are proposed via issues; just open a new issue and fill out the template fields. Anybody who proposes a talk gets early priority access to ticket sales for that month regardless of whether the talk is accepted.

  2. For accounting purposes, budget.js contains an exhaustive historical log of all funds raised. All proceeds are donated to worthwhile charities, notably including Code Nation.

Brooklyn is obviously cooler, but nonetheless, you might also be interested in QueensJS, ManhattanJS, and JerseyScript.

Hope to see you next time!

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