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JavaScript Series: Test Driven Development for Client and Server

This event will mark the the third in a series focused on JavaScript--the language that makes the Web work! Each meeting is independent and everyone should feel comfortable even if you have not attended a previous meetup.

Joining Online?

Join us at:


  • 6:00pm - Doors open
  • 6:00pm - 6:30pm : Networking, Setup
  • 6:30pm - 8:00pm : Presentation and Discussion
  • 9:00pm - Event is over... Get Out!

Who should come?

Anyone interested in building Web applications that would like to learn new skills, meet like-minded people who enjoy building Web applications and geeks. This meeting is open to everyone, and, everyone will feel comfortable regardless of your current skill level.

What is this event all about?

Have you heard you should be testing your JavaScript code but it seems like a waste of time? Are you frustrated because you don’t know where or how to start? Does testing seem too complex?

In this interactive Meetup, James Brown, will deep-dive into JavaScript unit testing and Test Driven Development (TDD). James will explore the following areas:

  • How to get setup with testing (both in browser JavaScript and Node.js)
  • Processes and tips for implementing TDD
  • Real-world test examples (we’ll write actual code)
  • How to use spies, stubs and mocks properly

This Meetup will be in an interactive formation and participation is encouraged.

Participate Online

The meeting will be recorded, and, we welcome remote participation. Join us at:

How to find us?

The meeting is held at Veredus who has offices at located at: Colonial Place II 4300 West Cypress Street. Tampa, FL 33607 Depending on which way you are coming, if you are on Cypress St. and looking south (the interstate is in front of you), we are in the middle building. There is a street light called Hubert that you will turn on to get into the parking garage. Turn right into the garage to make sure you are in the right building. You can park in the garage in any space that is not marked. Come down to the first floor, turn left and go into the building and look for signs posted directing you to the conference room.

About Our Speaker

James Brown brings 12+ years of experience to his role of Director of Technology for WRECKINGBALL Media Group. He has built multiple internal and external projects for Adobe Systems, including the international CS5 product launch websites, the development of Tour de ColdFusion, and was primarily responsible for leading the programming team to code and rebuild the Adobe’s popular site, Adobe TV. He also recently was the JavaScript developer for Panera Bread’s mobile website ( ). He has extensive knowledge in building internationalized websites, internally-used CMS systems, and is an expert in architecting and building large-scale, enterprise sites and applications. During the past two years, he has focused almost exclusively on JavaScript and is enthusiastic user of Backbone.js

You can read his development blog at and find him on Twitter @ibjhb.

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