18 au 20 février 2015
Montréal, Canada

Modular JavaScript Heaven with AMD and Events

Ever wondered how to get rid of that spaghetti, single-filed JavaScript code? Wouldn't it be nice if you could write maintainable modules, easily test them, port them to different projects, handle its library dependencies, and have them decoupled from other modules?

In this talk, we'll see how using the AMD API and an event-driven design will help taming an application's JavaScript code and scaling it to the future and beyond.

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Eduardo Shiota Yasuda


Eduardo Shiota Yasuda has studied Computer Science, ended up graduating in Graphic Design, and has been working as a Front-end Engineer for 10 years, being part of projects ranging from small hotsites, to large scale applications. As a programmer, loves clear, elegant, modular, and readable code. As a designer, loves well structured information, clean and clear layouts, and User Centered Design. As a front-end engineer, loves semantics, modular CSS, and JavaScript's good parts.

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