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If you’ve been developing in Meteor, you may have noticed we recently launched a brand-new, shiny design for our documentation and guide sites.
Apart from being easy on the eyes (and infinitely more discoverable by Google search) the new docs site was created with the principal aim of being easier to contribute to. You’ll notice a prominent “edit on GitHub” link on each page, which you can use to send fixes to documentation content or suggest improvements.
Since announcing Galaxy for everyone in early March, we’ve been working with thousands of customers like NitroLabs (builder of the popular LuminPDF app) to make their Meteor app deployments effortless and more reliable.Read More
This is a guest post by Rahul Choudhury & Laurens van den Oever of Q42, a Dutch tech agency with offices in Mountain View, The Hague and Amsterdam. Q42 is an Official Meteor Partner.Read More
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By day Maciej Nowakowski works in finance as an interest rate trader, but by night he is a self-taught amateur coder. Over the past few years, he has spent most of his free time learning to code. Starting with Ruby on Rails, he began working on a personal project and quickly realised that reactivity is a must, and Ruby on Rails did not match this criteria.
After scouring the Internet and doing a lot of research, he came across Meteor. Even though Maciej quickly gained a lot of knowledge searching for answers to tough questions on Google and Stack Overflow became a tedious process.
Maciej thought that he would benefit more from dedicated Meteor training, without the distractions of everyday life. Having a space where he could purely focus, together with like-minded people, on upskilling intrigued him. The idea of Meteor in Flip Flops was born: a week-long training boot camp where participants spend their time learning and coding together in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
Congratulations to the Winners of the Meteor Web Development Scholarship Program for High School Girls