How to pay down technical debt in JavaScript applications

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    Javascript can be a complicated, quirky language where type errors and bugs are common, especially when writing more complex code. Over the past several years, the toolchain supporting JavaScript development has improved significantly and the language is increasingly being adopted to build the world’s leading applications.

    In today’s fast-paced development world, teams are under pressure to release quickly but that introduces more bugs and technical debt. This ultimately slows down the creation or maintenance of new features inside their code base. So how can teams manage technical debt and decide when to build features vs. fix bugs in order to continue to innovate and deliver stable applications to users?

    Join James Smith, Co-founder and CEO of Bugsnag, to discover some proven static and dynamic code analysis strategies you can adopt to measure and pay down technical debt in your JavaScript applications. This webinar is hosted by Dylan Schiemann, co-creator of the Dojo Toolkit, CEO of Living Spec, and InfoQ Editor.

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    How to pay down technical debt in JavaScript applications

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    56:07 min

    Javascript can be a complicated, quirky language where type errors and bugs are common, especially when writing more complex code. Over the past several years, the toolchain supporting JavaScript development has improved significantly and the language is increasingly being adopted to build the world’s leading applications.

    In today’s fast-paced development world, teams are under pressure to release quickly but that introduces more bugs and technical debt. This ultimately slows down the creation or maintenance of new features inside their code base. So how can teams manage technical debt and decide when to build features vs. fix bugs in order to continue to innovate and deliver stable applications to users?

    Join James Smith, Co-founder and CEO of Bugsnag, to discover some proven static and dynamic code analysis strategies you can adopt to measure and pay down technical debt in your JavaScript applications. This webinar is hosted by Dylan Schiemann, co-creator of the Dojo Toolkit, CEO of Living Spec, and InfoQ Editor.

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    Javascript can be a complicated, quirky language where type errors and bugs are common, especially when writing more complex code. Over the past several years, the toolchain supporting JavaScript development has improved significantly and the language is increasingly being adopted to build the world’s leading applications.

    In today’s fast-paced development world, teams are under pressure to release quickly but that introduces more bugs and technical debt. This ultimately slows down the creation or maintenance of new features inside their code base. So how can teams manage technical debt and decide when to build features vs. fix bugs in order to continue to innovate and deliver stable applications to users?

    Join James Smith, Co-founder and CEO of Bugsnag, to discover some proven static and dynamic code analysis strategies you can adopt to measure and pay down technical debt in your JavaScript applications. This webinar is hosted by Dylan Schiemann, co-creator of the Dojo Toolkit, CEO of Living Spec, and InfoQ Editor.

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    How to pay down technical debt in JavaScript applications

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    56:07 min

    Javascript can be a complicated, quirky language where type errors and bugs are common, especially when writing more complex code. Over the past several years, the toolchain supporting JavaScript development has improved significantly and the language is increasingly being adopted to build the world’s leading applications.

    In today’s fast-paced development world, teams are under pressure to release quickly but that introduces more bugs and technical debt. This ultimately slows down the creation or maintenance of new features inside their code base. So how can teams manage technical debt and decide when to build features vs. fix bugs in order to continue to innovate and deliver stable applications to users?

    Join James Smith, Co-founder and CEO of Bugsnag, to discover some proven static and dynamic code analysis strategies you can adopt to measure and pay down technical debt in your JavaScript applications. This webinar is hosted by Dylan Schiemann, co-creator of the Dojo Toolkit, CEO of Living Spec, and InfoQ Editor.

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    How to pay down technical debt in JavaScript applications

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    56:07 min

    Javascript can be a complicated, quirky language where type errors and bugs are common, especially when writing more complex code. Over the past several years, the toolchain supporting JavaScript development has improved significantly and the language is increasingly being adopted to build the world’s leading applications.

    In today’s fast-paced development world, teams are under pressure to release quickly but that introduces more bugs and technical debt. This ultimately slows down the creation or maintenance of new features inside their code base. So how can teams manage technical debt and decide when to build features vs. fix bugs in order to continue to innovate and deliver stable applications to users?

    Join James Smith, Co-founder and CEO of Bugsnag, to discover some proven static and dynamic code analysis strategies you can adopt to measure and pay down technical debt in your JavaScript applications. This webinar is hosted by Dylan Schiemann, co-creator of the Dojo Toolkit, CEO of Living Spec, and InfoQ Editor.

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    Javascript can be a complicated, quirky language where type errors and bugs are common, especially when writing more complex code. Over the past several years, the toolchain supporting JavaScript development has improved significantly and the language is increasingly being adopted to build the world’s leading applications.

    In today’s fast-paced development world, teams are under pressure to release quickly but that introduces more bugs and technical debt. This ultimately slows down the creation or maintenance of new features inside their code base. So how can teams manage technical debt and decide when to build features vs. fix bugs in order to continue to innovate and deliver stable applications to users?

    Join James Smith, Co-founder and CEO of Bugsnag, to discover some proven static and dynamic code analysis strategies you can adopt to measure and pay down technical debt in your JavaScript applications. This webinar is hosted by Dylan Schiemann, co-creator of the Dojo Toolkit, CEO of Living Spec, and InfoQ Editor.

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