Monthly Archives: November 2012

Warm Crocodile Conference: Copenhagen, Denmark

UPDATE: the slides from this talk are available here: — If you’ll be in the Copenhagen, Denmark area during the week of January 16 – 17, 2013, you should check out the Warm Crocodile Conference. I’m signed up to give a … Continue reading 

Posted in Backbone, Community, Javascript, Marionette, Presentations, Principles and Patterns | 4 Comments

Moving Forward: KendoUI

Just over 2 years ago, I left the corporate life for the independent life. At that time I didn’t have many opportunities for work in my area and moving in to independent consulting was basically dropped in my lap. I … Continue reading 

Posted in Business, Community, Consulting, Javascript, KendoUI, Telerik | 9 Comments

JavaScript Unit Tests: Jasmine vs Mocha

Someone recently asked me whether I prefer Jasmine or Mocha for unit testing JavaScript. My answer is: Jasmine and Mocha are both great. I use both, depending on the project and team. There’s a great community around both, and you’ll … Continue reading 

Posted in ChaiJS, Jasmine, Javascript, MochaJS, Testing, Unit Testing | 7 Comments