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JavaScript API Hall of Shame

About this event

Greetings!

Please join us on Wednesday, April 30th, for a very special evening with one of the world's foremost JavaScript experts!

Ariya Hidayat will be giving a talk on JavaScript API design principles in a presentation specifically tailored for the Bay Area DUG. Ariya is the author of PhantomJS and Esprima, has contributed code to numerous, high-profile open-source projects including WebKit, KDE and Qt, and regularly posts to his blog.

Event details:

JavaScript API Hall of Shame

In this day and age it is pretty common to design a large-scale web  application as a collection of modular and reusable components. These  components need to have a reasonable set of APIs (application  programming interfaces) which deliver against the stipulated engineering criteria. In addition this API set needs to retain ease of  use. The success of a module is thus reflected in the way it is being  used in other modules. This talk is intended to initiate the  discussion on finding the principles for designing a good JavaScript  API by observing the interactions between modules, particularly on the influence of an interface on the code patterns. Some good and bad  examples found in real-world libraries will be shown, along with a  collection of language tools designed to detect and analyze those  patterns.

6:00 – 6:30: Networking 
6:30 – 6:45: Jobs offered/wanted 
6:45 – 8:00: Ariya Hidayat – JavaScript API Hall of Shame 
8:00 – 8:30: Networking

We are very fortunate to have Ariya join us, especially considering his busy schedule. I hope you will join us, too!

Looking forward to this!

Adam

When

Wednesday, Apr 30
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)

Where

Salesforce
123 Mission Street San Francisco94105

Group Leaders

  • Daniel Peter

    Daniel Peter

    Robots & Pencils

    Salesforce Practice Lead

  • Cynthia Saalfeld

    Cynthia Saalfeld

    O'Reilly Media

    Leader

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