A collection of places and channels where embereños help each other.
If you were to take away a single thing from this post I would like it to be the Ember Weekly newsletter, subscribe to it and you'll get a nice update on Ember things every Sunday.
There are lots of folks giving help and asking for help in the
Freenode IRC channels
/join #emberjs /join #ember-cli
You'll find over 30 channels, some of them are:
The Ember.js discussion forum is pretty much the official Ember forums. The reasons are:
- Its an Ember app, an instance of Discourse.
- Discourse has evolved along with Ember, it was first announced in early 2013.
- The forums admins are @pwagenet, @tomdale and @wycats, all of them Ember core team members.
If you want to see how the sausage is made, watch the Ember RFC repository. That is the place where you suggest and discuss new features or big changes for the framework.
The hashtag used for Ember tweets is #emberjs, I know, big shock.
There are some accounts that were created to track what is happening around Ember, check them out:
Every Ember event or meet up has their own Twitter account, some of them:
Yeah, there is a lot of tweeting going on around Ember.
There are four Ember podcasts:
I've written about those before in Ember podcasts list. You'll find there a brief description of each podcast and a list of five selected episodes.
The following are blogs that write a lot about Ember and within their posts you'll find lots of tools and tips:
If you are looking for Ember.js expertise you probably want to talk to this companies:
All of them are doing A LOT of open source with Ember. And, Tilde was founded by the oiriginal Ember authors, so they probably can help you.
If you are looking for Ember gigs, check:
There are always opportunities for different types of work; contract, full-Time, remote etc.
There are a lot of resources and hopefully this post gave you a good direction of where to go when dealing with Ember.