BackboneConf 2012

BackboneConf is a two-day conference about the Backbone.js library, large scale JavaScript applications, and JavaScript common sense

30 31 May 2012

13 speakers

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13 sessions

Day 1 from 8:15am to 6pm Wednesday 30th May 2012

Day 2 from 8:15am to 6pm Thursday 31st May 2012

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  • John Roepke
  • Alex Sexton
  • Riley Martinez-Lynch
  • Brandon Keepers
  • Rebecca Murphey
  • Henrik Joreteg
  • Michał Kuklis
  • Greg Tomei
  • Eric Ferraiuolo
  • Raja Rao DV
  • Boaz Sender
  • Marco Chomut
  • Derek Morrison
  • alexrothenberg
  • Harrison Shoff
  • emmanuel delgado
  • Leah Culver
  • Yehuda Katz
  • Herman Moreno
  • rubikzube
  • Vojta Jína
  • Mauvis Ledford
  • brad dunbar
  • Andrew Dupont
  • Samuel Clay
  • Jeremy Ashkenas
  • Lori L
  • Damon Zucconi
  • CJ Bryan
  • Phred
  • Simon Højberg
  • Jim Lindley
  • Matthew Strickland

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