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Widget-ize all the things!

Tyler Benziger, a new member to our group, will be presenting "Widget-ize all the things!"

Writing code that is purposefully structured to be reusable has immeasurable value. It's not that hard, it's a lot of fun, and it just makes life better. In the world of front-end development stock-piling a collection of well-written reusable components might as well be equivalent to hoarding pure gold. This talk will cover how to effectively write small, powerful, reusable components for faster, iterative front-end development.

Tyler works at Adobe on a small team that helps test and kickstart new product ideas. Everything we do is very Javascript-intensive and he's become obsessed with Javascript and web development in general. Tyler started his career at Adobe working on a team contributing to jQuery Mobile, and wrote ThemeRoller for jQuery Mobile during that time (

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  • Paul C.

    This was great, filled with useful tips and A good mix of intermediate to advanced content. Great Job, Tyler.

    August 28, 2013

  • Robert G.

    wigdiggy of a good time!

    July 11, 2013

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