March 15, 2014
I support a node.js app, as well as a few in PHP that have JS-heavy UIs including libraries like handlebars.js and (of course) jQuery. Continuing to learn the new stuff that's getting built and released.
There's just not time to learn it all on my own. I'm definitely up for hearing more about new frameworks that are being used, the big one at present being AngularJS.
For UI, jQUery + handlebars is great. For server infrastructure, node.js and its surrounding ecosystem can't be beat.
CTO at PictureBooth (picturebooth.co). I have written code in just about every language that's widely popular, but now focus mainly on PHP (for web) and C#, C++, and Swift (for everything else). There's only so much time to learn JS frameworks.