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Thursday
Aug 16, 2012
PDX-UX: Avoiding the Spaghetti by Henrik Joreteg
Thetus Corporation

Agenda:

  • Snacks, Beer and Networking 5:30 - 6:00
  • Presentation and discussion: 6:00-7:30 or so 

Join our google group here - http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-ux?hl=en  Don't forget to follow us on twitter - @PDXUX -  https://twitter.com/#!/PDXUX

Henrik Joreteg – “Avoiding the Spaghetti” Clientside code doesn't have to be an ugly cluttered mess. Building clean, sane, maintainable client-side applications is indeed possible. We'll talk a bit about CommonJS on the client, properly abstracting a model layer, the DOM as a dumb view layer, sharing code between client/ server and other techniques for avoiding insanity like automated static code analysis. 

Henrik is a partner and lead JS developer at &yet (http://andyet.net), a boutique web software company in Richland, WA. He's a member of a growing group of javascript developers who are blazing the trail of realtime and single-page web application development and server-side javascript. Let’s put it this way: the dude cannot shut up about node.js, backbone, and socket.io. 

He is the primary developer for &bang (http://andbang.com) and has written a slew of single-page real-time web apps using a number of technologies. He recently spoke at NodeConf and KRTConf and was a technical reviewer for O'Reilly's JavaScript Web Applications. He is the author of the popular open source javascript templating solution, iCanHaz.js and as an early adopter of Backbone.js wrote several definitive blogposts on the subject. 

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Saturday
May 12
Start Here: Code Your Own Website
Holgate Library

Want to learn a little coding? This class will give you an understanding of how HTML, CSS and JavaScript work to make a webpage display and function.

By the end of class, you will be able to:

  • Construct a simple, static web page

  • Modify CSS files to change the appearance of your site

  • Know what DOM is, and

  • Write very simple JavaScript to interact with the DOM of your browser.

This class is for beginners!

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Tuesday
May 22
Start Here: Code Your Own Website
North Portland Library

Want to learn a little coding? This class will give you an understanding of how HTML, CSS and JavaScript work to make a webpage display and function.

By the end of class, you will be able to:

  • Construct a simple, static web page

  • Modify CSS files to change the appearance of your site

  • Know what DOM is, and

  • Write very simple JavaScript to interact with the DOM of your browser.

This class is for beginners!

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