Monthly Archives: January 2010

dojo.connect: Online Dojo Conference, Feb 10-12

Its been a rough year (or two) in the tech industry, and conference budgets aren’t what they once were. Dustin Machi’s doing his bit to keep the Dojo community connected by starting a fully virtual set of conferences, the first of which is 3 days full of Dojo goodness — dojo.connect. I’ll be there virtually […]

Dojo: Twice As Fast When It Matters Most

Some folks have noticed a new landing page for dojotoolkit.org, one that includes hard numbers about the performance of Dojo vs. jQuery. Every library makes tradeoffs for speed in order to provide better APIs, but JavaScript toolkit performance shootouts obscure that reality more often than not. After all, there would hardly be a need for […]

View-Source Is Good? Discuss.

I’ve been invited by Chris Messina and some kindly folks at MSFT to participate in a panel at this year’s SxSW regarding the value and/or necessity of view-source, and so with apologies to my fellow panelists, I want to get the conversation started early. First, my position: ceteris paribus, view-source was necessary (but not sufficient) […]