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Wednesday, December 11 • 10:20am - 11:15am
(SLIDES) Emil Cardel--Unleash your JavaScript using ancient philosophy

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Greek and Roman philosophers had great insight into human behavior, on how to live a more happy and fulfilling life. There is a lot we can learn from them. Even how to write better JavaScript code.

Looking at the stoic way of life that focuses on human freedom can help us understand principles for creating delightful code that demands freedom and gives us full control. Code that is maintainable, readable and immune to many of the everyday JavaScript frustrations we encounter.

In this talk I'll show you how to free yourself from dependencies such as:
Place - How to make your code non dependent on the order it is placed in your script
Time - How to break the temporal coupling in your code, controlling when things execute.
Relationships - How to make your code truly modular and independent from outside code calling in or out

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Emil Cardell

Emil Cardell is passionate .net web developer and have been working on large public website, communities and intranets for a decade. A former consultant, now working as a senior developer at Thomas Cook in Stockholm. Always looking for ways to find developer happiness, he looks outside the box of the .net toolkit and works actively to encourage developers to step out of their comfort zone. He is engaged in the progressive .net community and can... Read More →


Wednesday December 11, 2013 10:20am - 11:15am
Hall 5.5

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