Second hands-on workshop

After a few years I wanted to give it another try creating a workshop for a conference.
And Boston was the perfect place to do this workshop.
I put in the proposal for the workshop and it got accepted.
~25 people showed up for the workshop and I had again prepared too much material for the time.
I tried out a new tool to teach the workshop, JSBin. It was kind of ok, but a little bit confusing for the participants. There was no way to save their progress other than to copy and paste their code.

Nonetheless, the workshop was a success.

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