Texas JavaScript | TXJS

  1. The video that was played at the beginning of TXJS 2011 - Mostly instructional, but there were a few requests to put it up.

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  2. Computer programs are the most complicated stuff that people make. Computer programs must be perfect, and people are not good at that. JavaScript is one of our least perfect programming languages. But there are positive things that can reduce your error rate and enhance your beauty.
    This was the first talk on the A track of TXJS 2011. Visit 2011.texasjavascript.com for more.

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  3. The road to jQuery success is paved with the guts of bugs slain along the way. At “Fixing These jQuery”, you’ll understand how to approach your jQuery and JavaScript problems methodologically, and we’ll cover many of the common caveats that every jQuery user encounters sooner or later. You’ll learn what you should do when your code doesn’t do what it should. Sure, docs and support can provide a quick leg up when you're in a pinch, but once you arm yourself with the right tools and knowledge, you can traverse the thorniest of thickets!
    Slides: fixingthesejquery.com
    This was the first talk on the B track of TXJS 2011. Visit 2011.texasjavascript.com for more.

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  4. HP webOS is a platform powering devices as diverse as the world’s smallest smartphone, the HP Veer, to power dual-core HP TouchPad tablet. Underneath it all is WebKit, HTML, and JavaScript, powering both applications and system services. This talk will highlight our next-generation JS application framework, Enyo, and also look at how node.js is used to provide system services and background processing.
    Slides: slideshare.net/unwiredben/javascript-on-hp-webos-enyo-and-nodejs
    Code: github.com/palm/txjs-fortunecookie
    This was the second talk on the A track of TXJS 2011. Visit 2011.texasjavascript.com for more.

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  5. With the mainstreaming of server-side JavaScript, the possibility of full-stack JavaScript development finally seems to be coming to fruition. Writing once, and running the same code everywhere seems like the obvious big win, along with the ease of writing complex server-side applications in a simple, flexible language like JavaScript. Actually, full-stack JS is awesome, but these aren't necessarily the reasons why. This talk will bust some of the myths about full-stack JS development, and take a realistic look at the real benefits of ‘JS everywhere.’
    Slides: slideshare.net/fleegix/mde-txjs-2011fullstackfallacies
    This was the second talk on the B track of TXJS 2011. Visit 2011.texasjavascript.com for more.

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