Friday 29th June, 2012
2:00pm to 2:45pm
At its core, the classic web has a simple programing model. Your program draws the screen, then a user stares at it for a while, then maybe fills out a form or clicks a link, then they stare at the loading animation of their mouse cursor while you draw the whole screen again. It's never been the best experience but it does have one huge advantage: it's pretty darn easy to program and reason about.
Mostly trying to untangle things and convince more people to use the objective definition of simplicity. bio from Twitter
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