In Amanda's words: "This talk is about how to use progressive enhancement to craft accessible, well-structured and device agnostic code. As a junior developer, I found the world of endless JS frameworks intimidating and chaotic, with battles being waged between evangelists on Twitter. Using progressive enhancement creates a more Zen experience by keeping your codebase simpler and easier to reason about. In a world where new frameworks, libraries, and architecture styles are going in and out of fashion with the seasons, everyone could use a little more Zen.”
To learn more about BrooklynJS, be sure to check out their website or follow them on twitter at @brooklyn_js. You can also follow Stride on twitter @StrideDev and Amanda @_akievet for the latest updates on the event.
For more more information on the October 15th event, click here.
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