Visual.ly Meetup Recap: Introductory D3 Workshop

Visual.ly Meetup Recap: Introductory D3 Workshop

Confession: even when all 160 spots in Visual.ly’s latest meetup, the Introductory D3 Workshop for Beginners, filled up within days and the wait list piled up another 60-strong, we still thought this workshop would be more of a niche, cosy gathering (you know, geeky stuff).

But you proved us wrong! More than 100 attendees showed up at swissnex San Francisco and made this event one of our most successful to date. Thank you, and we hope to see you at our next one — we’ll let you know when and where that will be soon!

If you were there, head over to Visual.ly’s Facebook page, where we posted several photos — if you see yourself, be sure to tag it!

And if you couldn’t make it, below we’ve posted the presenters’ slides, along with full videos of their presentations, courtesy of Dave Kochbeck of... keep reading

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