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JST #43 JavaScript Design Patterns w Anthony Colangelo (Happy Cog)

JavaScript Design Patterns

There are some simple JavaScript design patterns that developers of any level can start using now to improve their code. These aren’t process-altering changes—just minor tweaks that make code more reusable, extensible, and understandable.

Anthony Colangelo is a developer working at Happy Cog in Philadelphia. He’s one of those hybrid front- and back-end developers who loves everything from responsive design to object-oriented programming.


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  • Mark D.

    I am looking for a number of UX/UI Designers who are fluent with Responsive Web design and technology. I'm NOT a recruiter, I'm a native Jersey Shore UX Designer who is part of a growing front end design/dev team (within large pharma) and just wanted to let anyone know who may be interested. There are great opportunities for NJ folks. We're involved in several fun, cutting edge, and meaningful projects that require folks with a demonstrable eye for design yet love getting involved with mechanics of how it all gets built. We need folks who are comfortable within the entire front end design realm from initial concepts/rapid prototyping/UX research/CSS3/HTML5/jQuery/Ember.js. We are working within a Ruby on Rails environment, using SASS, and Zurb Foundation. These are long term contract positions. Remote working options available! Contact me. mark-at-disciullo-dot-net

    April 21, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks again to everyone who came out! It was a great time.

    I posted the slides here, for anyone interested.

    April 17, 2014

  • Loreto E. T.

    An enlightening overview on JavaScript design patterns.

    Thanks Anthony!

    April 16, 2014

  • Ken L.

    This high level talk was just the kick in the ass i needed to start applying the same OO Design Patterns which I apply to the Back End to the Front End. Thank you to Anthony and the Jersey Shore Tech Meetup Organizers.

    April 16, 2014

  • Joe N.

    Enlightening. Love these technical talks. Anthony was great, thanks. Thinking about the early days, learning arrays... That's some good advice. Will definitely think of that next time I'm on the verge of insanity while debugging.

    April 16, 2014

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