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Node on the Road

A few weeks ago, a co-worker and I had the opportunity to speak at Node on the Road; Presented by Joyent. We traveled all the way from Indianapolis to Cincinnati to share what we are working on...

Conditional CSRF with ExpressJS

Taking the time to make your node app secure? Using Express as your server? If you answered "yes" to both of these, then boy do I have some news for you. If you answered "no" to the first question, there's something wrong...

Grunt at ExactTarget

Delivering an app (front-end) can be hard. There are a lot of things to take into account. Should I lint my files? Do I need unit tests? How do I deliver the most optimized content to the user? Usually people have to do all these steps manually, cutting productivity. But not anymore...

JavaScript: The Good Parts

As every good front-end programmer should do, I finally finished reading JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford (DC). Unfortunately I've been writing JavaScript (JS) for a while, but I have not had the chance to finish this book...

Node Requests and Certificate Issues

I was recently doing some work integrating Strider with a Github Enterprise Server (GHE). I thought it was going to be pretty easy, and boy was I wrong. I was greeted by this awesome error message UNABLE_TO_VERIFY_LEAF_SIGNATURE...

Connections with ExactTarget (2013)

This past week was ExactTarget's Connections conference. Boy did I have a hell of a time. By that I mean time leading up to the conference....

My Contribution to FuelUX

I finally made my first open-source contribution that I am proud of. Well not my first contribution and I'm proud of most of my work, but this was the first "real" one for me. @ExactTarget (where I work) we use FuelUX for our front-end components...

QUnit, Grunt, and Require. Problems?

I ran into a problem yesterday when I started writing tests for a personal project. I completed writing my tests, and then ran them in the browser. YES, they worked!! Hell yeah, but....

JS Browser Detection Made Easy

I recently had to implement browser detection into one of the web apps I work on at my real job, you know the one that I get paid to do. For those of you who’ve done this before, you know how big of a hassle it is...

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