JavaScript is used more and more in websites, it is now also used server-side, or to build mobile applications. Yet many developers see it as some toy language and do not study it at all. If you have never heard of variable hoisting, love to "return false" to prevent clicks or are not sure what event bubbling means, this talk should give you deeper insights into the JavaScript language.


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You should add more comments to your slides at least for understanding.
Otherwise it was very interesting

Different, definitely :)

I'm doing lot of JS theses days, but I still learn some interesting tips. It was a good idee to make people participating by guessing the result of the demo. I get trap one time, and so I'll not forget why. Thanks