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ARGH WHITESPACING.

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voodootikigod committed Jul 14, 2011
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.person.clearfix#hann
-%img{:alt => "John Hann", :height => "150", :src => "images/hann.jpg", :width => "150"}/
-%h4
- %a{:href=>"http://twitter.com/#!/unscriptable"}
- John Hann
- = " - AMD module patterns"
-%p
- Much of the hype about AMD modules centers around performance and code size (and it's well-deserved). But modules are as important to software architecture as dojo.declare()!
-%p
- In this session, we'll take a look at some classic, general-purpose patterns re-spun as AMD modules as well as a few advanced, implementation-specific patterns.
-%p
- Specifically, we'll cover:
-%ul
- %li Singletons, Decorators, Adapters
- %li Inversion of Control / Dependency Injection
- %li Mediators and inter-module coordination
- %li Model-View-Controller patterns
- %li Self-contained Widgets (js, css, and html)
- %li Strategies for sharing code on the server
+ %img{:alt => "John Hann", :height => "150", :src => "images/hann.jpg", :width => "150"}/
+ %h4
+ %a{:href=>"http://twitter.com/#!/unscriptable"}
+ John Hann
+ = " - AMD module patterns"
+ %p
+ Much of the hype about AMD modules centers around performance and code size (and it's well-deserved). But modules are as important to software architecture as dojo.declare()!
+ %p
+ In this session, we'll take a look at some classic, general-purpose patterns re-spun as AMD modules as well as a few advanced, implementation-specific patterns.
+ %p
+ Specifically, we'll cover:
+ %ul
+ %li Singletons, Decorators, Adapters
+ %li Inversion of Control / Dependency Injection
+ %li Mediators and inter-module coordination
+ %li Model-View-Controller patterns
+ %li Self-contained Widgets (js, css, and html)
+ %li Strategies for sharing code on the server
.person.clearfix#corrandini
-%img{:alt => "Ryan Corradini", :height => "150", :src => "images/corradini.jpg", :width => "150"}/
-%h4
- %a{:href=>"http://twitter.com/#!/buyog"}
- Ryan Corradini
- = " - DataGrid Bootcamp: Extreme Performance Hacks for Big Data"
-%p
- We love the <a href="http://dojotoolkit.org/reference-guide/dojox/grid/DataGrid.html">Dojox DataGrid</a>. It has built-in pagination, dynamic data binding, flexible resizing, and all kinds of <em>sexy</em> customization options. However, when you operate in the world of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_data">Big Data</a>, it can fall short of its promise, ballooning your memory footprint, crushing your JavaScript engine, and otherwise causing your users to <strong>curse your name</strong>.</p>
+ %img{:alt => "Ryan Corradini", :height => "150", :src => "images/corradini.jpg", :width => "150"}/
+ %h4
+ %a{:href=>"http://twitter.com/#!/buyog"}
+ Ryan Corradini
+ = " - DataGrid Bootcamp: Extreme Performance Hacks for Big Data"
+ %p
+ We love the <a href="http://dojotoolkit.org/reference-guide/dojox/grid/DataGrid.html">Dojox DataGrid</a>. It has built-in pagination, dynamic data binding, flexible resizing, and all kinds of <em>sexy</em> customization options. However, when you operate in the world of <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_data">Big Data</a>, it can fall short of its promise, ballooning your memory footprint, crushing your JavaScript engine, and otherwise causing your users to <strong>curse your name</strong>.</p>
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