On November 3rd, I had the opportunity to give a talk on CoffeeScript at RedDirt.js in Oklahoma City. Some family circumstances kept me from being able to attend the event in person at the last minute–and it looks like I missed some awesome talks–but I was able to pre-record my session and provide that to the organizers for playback on the day of the conference. From what I heard, the session was pretty well received, so I’ve asked the organizers of RedDirt.js if I could upload the recording and make it available online.

Here it is, my talk on CoffeeScript from RedDirt.js, titled “CoffeeScript is for Closers.” Click on the embedded player below to watch the video (40 min), or click here to view it on Vimeo.

CoffeeScript is for Closers from Brandon Satrom on Vimeo.

Here are the links I shared at the end of the talk:

I would love to hear what you think, so let me know in the comments, below.

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  • http://knockmeout.net Ryan Niemeyer

    Really enjoyed the presentation.   The five stages of JavaScript exactly matched my experience.  I am still getting my feet wet with CoffeeScript, but definitely something that I find interesting/valuable.

  • http://www.userinexperience.com Brandon Satrom

    Thanks Ryan! Glad you liked it!

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