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|+# Backbone.js – Clientside MVC|
|+We all want our applications to be faster and more responsive. We can do that with caching, faster database servers, etc… but we can also do that by writing more responsive front-end code.|
|+Do we really need to go back to the server to re-render a page if someone adds a new comment? Or edits some text? Or uploads a new photo? Of course not.|
|+In the past writing these sorts of responsive front-ends would result in a mess of jQuery or MooTools code that was held together with chewing gum and luck. Now there's Backbone.js|
|+In this talk we'll look at how to get Backbone.js up and running and we'll quickly build the canonical Todo application. We'll learn about Backbone models, views, and routers.|
|+You'll be surprised at how quickly you can write the most responsive applications you've ever written, and how well organized and clean your code will be.|
|+## My name|
|+Mark Bates is the founder and chief architect of the Boston, MA based consulting company, Meta42 Labs. Mark spends his days focusing on new application development and consulting for his clients. At night he writes books, raises kids, and occasionally he forms a band and “tries to make it”.|
|+Always wanting to share his wisdom, or more correctly just wanting to hear the sound of his own voice, Mark has spoken at several high profile conferences, include RubyConf and jQueryConf. Mark has also taught classes on Ruby and Ruby on Rails. In 2009 Mark's first (surprisingly not his last!) book, “Distributed Programming with Ruby”, was published by Addison-Wesley. In 2012 Addison-Wesley published Mark's second book, “Programming in CoffeeScript”.|
|+Mark lives just outside of Boston with his wife Rachel and their two sons, Dylan and Leo. Mark can be found on the web at: http://www.markbates.com, http://twitter.com/markbates, and http://github.com/markbates|
|+- [My website](http://www.metabates.com)|
|+- [My twitter](https://twitter.com/#!/markbates)|
|+- [Past talk slides](http://www.slideshare.net/markykang)|
|+- [Past talk video](http://www.confreaks.com/videos/455-rubyconf2010-far-and-away-a-tour-of-distributed-programming-with-ruby)|
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