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JSLent: give it up for JavaScript

JSLent: give it up for JavaScript
Barley's Taproom & Pizzaria
25 W Washington St
Greenville, SC 29651
GEO: 34.850786, -82.399856
03/22/2011 12:15 pm to 03/22/2011 1:45 pm

Open Sourcing your code will put it under the scrutiny of many more eyes than your probably used to. Benjamin Young will be presenting an overview of JavaScript do's and don'ts, good habbits to have, bad ones to break, and the apps to help keep your code clean and tidy (and therefore legible). Good coding habits can help get your open source project off the ground more quickly by making it easy for new developers to join your team. If you enjoy a good coding style debate, this is probably the event of the year!

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