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Stack talks

  • Apr 23, 2013 · 6:00 PM

Ever wondered what kind of technology other companies use in their stack? Now you have the chance to hear which frontend technologies they chose, and the reason behind. Both talks will be in English.

by Stig Murberg 
My team and I are just about to release the first version of our new web based telepresence scheduling tool. The stack consists of CoffeeScript, Backbone.js, Rivets.js, RequireJS and Buster.JS. I will in this talk run through the rationale behind choosing each of these frameworks and share our experience with them.

by Marty Cochrane
Elspot – This is a tool used 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to sell our hydroelectricity in the Norwegian and Swedish electricity markets. Elspot has to be able to display large data matrices in a user friendly way, deal with constant updating from various people in the organisation as well as having to deal with the possibility of losing a network connection and needing to work offline. Some of the technologies used: ASP MVC 4, WebApi, HTML 5 Single page web app, Twitter Bootstrap, SignalR, IndexDb, Knockoutjs, ElmahR, HighCharts, Jasmine, Circuit Breaker Patterns, Ninject, Selenium, Nunit, RequireJS.


Thanks again to Microsoft for paying the rent for us at Mesh :)

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  • Denys M.

    Thank you Marty :)

    April 25, 2013

  • Marty C.

    My Slides might not be any use without the talk that goes around it but for anyone who is interested they can be found here.

    Thank you for being a great audience

    2 · April 25, 2013

  • Johannes B.

    Very nice. Stig's talk had a very good balance of technical demo and high level discussion. Marty's talk was entertaining and listed a lot of interesting technologies. It would have been even better with a summary of recommendations (at least "this works okay for us"), since it covered so much ground.

    4 · April 24, 2013

    • Marty C.

      Thanks for the great feedback. Will be sure to adjust it for the future

      April 25, 2013

  • Denys M.

    Thanks a lot, Stig!

    April 24, 2013

  • Stig M.

    Thanks all for coming, it was fun!


    1 · April 24, 2013

  • Yves H.

    great talks guys! it was good to see that our own ui stack is similar that of others. +1 for having the slides available somewhere.

    2 · April 24, 2013

  • Denys M.

    Will the slides be published anywhere?

    April 24, 2013

  • Hugo C.

    Very interesting

    1 · April 23, 2013

  • Carl-Erik K.

    Indie game dev på GDG lokket :)

    April 17, 2013

  • Thomas B.


    2 · April 16, 2013

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