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This entertaining talk features Joshua Wulf, Legendary Recruiter at Just Digital People.

From the description:

JavaScript, like English, is the language of commerce and is spoken everywhere – usually badly.

Like English there is widespread debate about the best way to speak it – and if there even *is* a good way.

Like English, JavaScript is a mix of idioms and syntaxes borrowed or stolen from a number of sources.

And like English, JavaScript is THE LANGUAGE OF CHUCK NORRIS.

The ubiquitous nature of JavaScript means that like Chuck Norris and the Zagg Keyboard, THERE IS NO ESCAPE.

In this talk you’ll find out the 9 Secret Connections between Chuck Norris and JavaScript.

Read about the 7 Incredible Productivity Techniques that Chuck Norris Uses While Programming.

Marvel at the 5 Steps to Mastering Chuck Norris’ Functional Object-Oriented Procedural Programming in JavaScript.

Also: with ES6 and ES7, TypeScript and Facebook’s Flow all on the table, for the first time the world will find out: “WHICH JAVASCRIPT TYPE SYSTEM DOES CHUCK NORRIS USE?”

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Mr Open Source

Joshua Wulf is a tech genius, who works hard, owns yoga studios, is very well cultured and has friends who have their own action figures.

At Just Digital People he is committed to the development of Australia's "Silicon Economy" and its role and contribution to the global economy, and to the career development of IT professionals in Australia.

Joshua's work in the open source community over the last ten years is visible in document repositories, bug trackers, mailing lists, and revision control systems world-wide.

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