Professional JavaScript: AntiPatterns

Like in physics, antipatterns are similar to patterns, but have an opposite charge - and encounters between them lead to the annihilation of both.

Quantum computing aside, improperly architected applications may work, may perform well, and may meet the acceptance criteria, but the ability to maintain them degrades over time. This presentation will show some of the common mistakes made when building large web applications, how to be aware of them, correct them, and hopefully prevent them. A special focus will be made on how modules relate to each other and how to wire them with the correct mechanism so that the result is readable and maintainable. 

About Mike:

Mike Wilcox is UI/UX front end engineer at Tradestation and a regular speaker on JavaScript and other web technologies. Mike has been a key committer to the Dojo Toolkit for several years and developed one of the original HTML5 Video Players. He has given several presentations at the  Rich Web Experience, Dallas TexFlex, and DallasTechFest. As co-founder of the JavaScript user group in Dallas, Club AJAX, Mike has spoken on topics that include "Model View Madness" and "JavaScript Object Oriented Inheritance".

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  • Mike W.

    Thanks for the kind words guys! Here is the uploaded slide show: http://www.slideshare.net/anm8tr/professional-javascript-antipatterns

    1 · February 7, 2014

    • Luke W.

      This looks like it would have been a lot of fun to watch; I'm sorry I missed it. (I only realized at 9pm that it was Tuesday.)

      February 7, 2014

  • David R.

    Enjoyed the presentation. Will the slides be posted somewhere?

    February 5, 2014

  • jj

    This was my 1st Club Ajax meetup. Loved the format. Learned lots (or in this case, what not to do) and networked.

    February 5, 2014

  • Mike H.

    advanced tips presented in easy to follow terms, good show

    February 5, 2014

  • Jose O.

    Great talk, very insightful!

    February 5, 2014

  • Jim M.

    I'm coming!

    1 · January 31, 2014

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