Wednesday 21st November, 2012
9:00am to 5:00pm
Developing the front-ends to modern web applications requires a daunting array not only technical skills, but organisational abilities too. Enforcing consistency, avoiding repetition and building out clean and extensible software is paramount to ensuring that your work stands the test of time, and can evolve seamlessly with the rest of the product. This workshop will teach you how to approach larger front-end projects methodically, and how to avoid bloated software chaos.
During the workshop
We'll be looking at specific techniques for building well organised, front-end software, and wherever possible this work will be hands-on. Ben will introduce theories and ideas for dealing with common problems, and attendees will be assigned small tasks so they can experiment for themselves with these techniques. This will be involve a mixture of both individual and group work. There will be plenty of time allocated to discussions, so we can make sure that everyone understands how they can apply what they've learned to their specific working environments.
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