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Death to Isomorphic JS

When exactly did we decide that we should substitute the term "code reuse" with isomorphism? I didn't get the memo...

All the Streams

So you've heard about streams huh? Yeah, the kind that makes producing, transforming and consuming data more portable. That's great. Did you know there are a few different kinds of streams, and it's not a one type will solve all your problems? No? Ah, well let me explain...

Don't control, react

This is a framework-agnostic talk outlining the benefits of moving away from more traditional approaches to developing evented applications (web, desktop or otherwise). Intentionally low on the jargon to increase grokkability.

@markdalgleish

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@markdalgleish markdalgleish commented May 19, 2015

Related talks:

Death to Packages

When exactly did we decide that we should substitute the term "code reuse" with packages? I didn't get the memo...

Death to Modules

When exactly did we decide that we should substitute the term "code reuse" with modules? I didn't get the memo...

Death to Functions

When exactly did we decide that we should substitute the term "code reuse" with functions? I didn't get the memo...

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@DamonOehlman DamonOehlman commented May 19, 2015

I'm good with that. Maybe it all should be wrapped up into a more general talk/rant called "Code Reuse: stop coding for an ecosystem!" :)

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