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Wednesday, June 09, 2010

In Case You Missed It: TXJS

Last Saturday was the inaugural TXJS (Texas JavaScript) conference in Austin, Texas. Unfortunately, as with JSConf, I wasn't able to attend, but I still wanted to stay abreast of its happenings. Just as I did with JSConf, I've looked over the schedule, picked through the Twitter stream, followed the presenters, and where possible, found links to the slides they each presented. All for you, Dear Readers (well, for me too... but mostly for you ;) ).

So anyway, without further adieu, here we go!

In Case You Missed It: TXJS

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Douglas Crockford ECMAScript 5: the New & Improved Parts
John ResigJavaScript on the Mobile Web
Dan WebbBuilding @anywhere: A Client-side Interface to Twitter
Paul Irish10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source
Nicole SullivanThe Top 5 Mistakes of Massive CSS
Tom Hughes-CroucherJavaScript Everywhere! Creating a 100% JavaScript web stack
Juriy ZaytsevDive into ECMAScript 5
Peter HigginsIt's Just JavaScript
Brian LeRouxF#$% Yeah, Mobile JavaScript
Tom OcchinoFront End Abstractions at Facebook
Mike TaylorRegressive Enhancement, or HTML5 for crappy browsers (PDF)
Joe McCannRapid Prototyping with JavaScript
Eugene LazutkinDojo for Programmers
Alex SextonBreaking The Cross Domain Barrier
Andrew DupontHow Custom Events Will Save The Universe
Brandon AaronSpecial Events: Beyond Custom Events
Tim CaswellWriting a real-time game with NodeJS
Kyle SimpsonWeb Performance & UI Architecture
Douglas CrockfordThe JSON Saga
Jeffrey Van GoghReactive Extensions for JavaScript
John HannSneak Peek: Cujo - Dojo, CSS3, MVC
Jason HugginsJavaScript Frameworks & Functional Testing (panel, no slides)

As of now, this is what I could find. If there are slide decks from other talks online that I don't have linked here, please note it in the comments below, and I'll update accordingly.

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