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Dan Lynch is a skateboarding entrepreneur from Michigan with deep roots in design and engineering. He has over a decade of software experience from studying graphics and working at Side Effects Software to co-founding Famo.us and building their original product before returning to school to complete a Masters in Computer Science from UC Berkeley. Dan continues his involvement in forming a research group at Berkeley focused on his digital publishing platform, mathapedia.com, while cementing his role as an industry leader during regular appearances at conferences like Siggraph, the HTML5 developer conference, and the Good Internet Conference. Brandcast allows Dan to continue working on his mission to build tools that help people create new experiences and express themselves.

Session

  • Large Scale JavaScript Application Architecture
  • Time: Wednesday @ 10:40am | Room E-131

Learn how to build your team and technology without losing development time. In this presentation, you'll learn how to design a large-scale javascript application on a scalable front-end architecture to promote code modularization and division of labor. We'll synthesize a number of programming patterns to help you decouple application views, data, business logic as well as navigation paradigms and transitions between states to keep your product agile and moving forward.

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