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Tuesday, June 20 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
JavaScript Language Details and Patterns

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JavaScript. JavaScript. JavaScript. 

It's one of the most used programming languages and with the explosion of server-side JS, this language is here for the long haul. However, most developers approach JavaScript out of necessity - tackling jQuery or Angular before learning the intricacies of JavaScript. 

In this talk, we will cover the common pitfalls developers face and useful features they miss. Then, with syntax out of the way, we will talk about common architectural patterns in JS code and how you can leverage them to make great software!

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Joseph Martin

Tech Mentor, Hack Reactor
Hey! I'm Joseph Martin - Technical Mentor and Campus Lead at Hack Reactor, New York, an advanced software engineering program. Exploring and teaching development with an emphasis on JavaScript is my primary focus so let's talk about anything web-development: from scopes and closures... Read More →
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John Michelin

Technical Mentor, Hack Reactor
I started as a perl dev for an ISP when broadband meant 56k. I got my big break there when the development team got pink eye from using the retinal scanner. I spent the next decade or so coding mostly in php eventually making my way to management. Where my spirit died. I took a year... Read More →

Tuesday June 20, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm EDT
Workshop Stage 2