CanJS 2.1 released

This week CanJS 2.1 was released. It's packed with a lot of awesome stuff, and in this blog post I'll go over some of my favorite features. If you want to read the official release blog post, you can find it on the Bitovi blog. Read more →

Starting again

After almost 2 years of inactivity, I've decided to restart my site. This time I plan to write more often, mostly about the software development. Since my last (and first :)) blog entry, a lot has changed in the CanJS world, and I plan to write / talk about it more in the future.

This site is powered by the excellent ProcessWire CMS / CMF, and if you need a flexible and powerful CMS, I can't recommend it enough. Unlike most of the CMS' I've tried, this one is based on the custom fields so you won't have any problems with building your site, no matter what your content needs are.

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Rupy 2012

Last weekend, RuPy 2012 in Brno took place. It will forever have a special place in my heart as it was first time for me to speak at a conference. My talk was about Event Oriented Architectures and how they allow you to build scallable and maintainalbe client side applications.

All in all, talk went well and I definitely plan to talk more in the future. Here is a nice photo from my talk by Julien Murésianu

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