There is a certain beauty in man-made things. In some ways, that beauty cannot match the extant world. In others, that beauty is unparalleled because it exhibits the best qualities man and woman are able to achieve with their own hands.
Art and Architecture are oft-cited examples, and we recognize this, conveying social and financial [...]
I’ve been doing this “technology” thing for a number of years now, and each career change I’ve made has fallen into one of two categories. Either: a) a fortuitous opportunity I could not have envisioned; or, b) a desperate escape from a crumbling situation. The best example of the latter came with my very first [...]
By Patrick Lee
CoffeeScript Object Comprehensions
This article is based on CoffeeScript in Action, to be published Summer 2012. It is being reproduced here by permission from Manning Publications. Manning early access books and ebooks are sold exclusively through Manning. Visit the book’s page for [...]
On November 3rd, I had the opportunity to give a talk on CoffeeScript at RedDirt.js in Oklahoma City. Some family circumstances kept me from being able to attend the event in person at the last minute–and it looks like I missed some awesome talks–but I was able to pre-record my session and provide that [...]
Over the last several months, I’ve been spending a lot of time in [...]
(This post is about three weeks late, I know.)
On October 8th, 2011, in Austin, TX, we held the first HTML5.tx event. We sold all 250 tickets two weeks ahead of time, and had over 240 people show the day of the event.
For an unproven conference, it was (and I know I’m biased) a [...]
Earlier this week, I wrapped up the third installment of my “Building Apps for HTML5” Series for MSDN Magazine (check out part 1 and part 2, if you haven’t already), and there was an out of scope item that I didn’t have the space to cover, but thought would be a good blog [...]
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