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JavaScript, Web APIs, Performance and more with Dave Ward

JavaScript, Web APIs, Performance and more with Dave Ward

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Scott sits down with developer and JavaScript expert Dave Ward. They talk about Twitter's recent move away from hashbangs, their recent performance improvements, and the direction the web is heading. Is performance achieved on the client or the server or some combination of both?

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