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Programming Talks tagged with: "JSConf"

Brian J Brennan: Being Human [JSConf2014]

We spend so much time building things that we sometimes forget that we're building for, and with, other complex human beings. Remembering that we are people first is the first step to making a positive shift in the way we treat each other. http://2014.jsconf.us/ ...

Arne Martin Aurlien: Implement an Esoteric Programming Language for Fun | JSConf EU 2014

Inside most of us there’s a befunge programmer who wants to come out. When doing day-to-day “serious” programming it is usually a good idea to keep them as firmly locked up as possible. Let’s ignore that instinct for a little while. In this talk I’ll try to convince you why you ...

Bodil Stokke: Reactive Game Development For The Discerning Hipster [JSConf2014]

To most people in JS, functional programmers are perceived as academic hipsters raving about things like applicative functors, semigroup homomorphisms and Yoneda lemmas for no good reason except to make the rest of us feel stupid. And this is fair; there's no better way to make you feel pitifully mainstream ...

Pete Hunt: React: Rethinking best practices -- JSConf EU 2013

Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/floydophone/react-preso-v2 React, the new open-source JS library from Facebook and Instagram, is a different way to write JavaScript apps. When it was introduced at JSConf US in May, the audience was shocked by some of its design principles. One sarcastic tweet from an audience member ended up describing React's philosophy ...