Marco Cedaro

Marco is a lazy developer with two kids, meteoropathy and an insane passion for lo-fi music. Frontend developer since 1998, he worked at Yoox Group since 2006 and recently moved to Spreaker.

In the last couple of years his efforts were focused on client-side platform development and architectural management, but now he is discovering again the fun of playing with CSS, markup and rich interfaces.

He is involved in the organization of From The Front conferences.

It’s not you, it’s me

General purpose JavaScript frameworks are the ones that made the language popular in the past, but right now it is a risk to think about our application development and architecture just in relation to our favorite framework. This talk highlights risks and suggest some techniques (from design patterns to snippet of code) to avoid being coupled to a specific framework.

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