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Get Your Frontend Sorted (Barcamp Gent 2008)

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Lessons learned from working on a single, large scale CSS & JS frontend (at Netlog). By Jurriaan Persyn & Lennart Schoors.

Lessons learned from working on a single, large scale CSS & JS frontend (at Netlog). By Jurriaan Persyn & Lennart Schoors.

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  • 1. GET YOUR FRONTEND SORTED Jurriaan Persyn Lennart Schoors BarCampGent 29 March 2008
  • 2. Netlog?
  • 3. Netlog? ‣ some basic, quick facts ‣ largest European social network site ‣ 33 million members ‣ 19 languages ‣ since 2001 ‣ based in Gent, Belgium
  • 4. Netlog? ‣ our technical team: 20 heads ‣ 1 dedicated flash developer ‣ 2 dedicated desktop developers ‣ 3 dedicated designers ‣ 5 dedicated server architects ‣ 8 dedicated php developers
  • 5. So who’s doing CSS and JS?
  • 6. Well, most of them ...
  • 7. Does that make the *.css/js-files a bunch of hacks and patches? Well, maybe, but let’s dream...