Talk in English - US at jsDay 2015
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/c27f7
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Interesting talk although there were too many "useless" informations about basics stuff.
I didn't quite get why OOP is related to good testing, but overall I enjoyed the talk.
Not exactly the level what i wanted.. but overall it was ok
I'm not convinced this approach brings the benefits outlined in the talk but it was interesting to see how others are bending JS.
Very positively, this presentation got a lot of attendees talking, weighing up the pros and cons. For engaging discussion, this talk was 5 stars.
Maybe it was too advanced for me, but I did't get the point.
Sometimes too basic, and some points were debatable, but the main problem with this talk is the way it was presented, with a monotonic voice, no interaction, no enticement and just after lunch. It was sleep-inducing.
Not convinced *at all* that it is a good idea to split a closure apart, and send the function afloat with a lexical context coming out from nowhere. To me, a closure is a closure: a function with its context.
Maybe the part about testing would have been more enlightening?
It fostered good discussion afterwards and contained various interesting points and examples. The overall talk was a bit rushed and the points made weren't so clear at times, tho.