Truthiness, falsiness and other JavaScript gotchas – Anette Bergo

Anette Bergo takes a look at the pitfalls of JavaScript. See below for full session description and more resources.

Got a taste for it? Be there for the dev track at Web Directions South 2012. Oh, and, the man who wrote “JavaScript, the Good Parts”, Douglas Crockford, is also giving a full day masterclass.

This presentation was recorded at Web Directions Code in Melbourne on May 24 2012.

Session description

Douglas Crockford has introduced us all to the good parts of JavaScript. But what then are “the bad parts”? In this session, Anette Bergo takes a look at some of JavaScript’s odd parts, quirks, and pitfalls.

Resources referred to in this presentation

About Anette Bergo

Anette Bergo works for ThoughtWorks where she runs around and tries to fix things and occasionally gets to write some code. She has had a bizarre love for JavaScript since her first web site crashed the browser with an endless loop, and decided to start the Melbourne JavaScript group in 2010 to find people that felt the same.

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