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Published on May 30, 2012

The JavaScript community is one of the most vibrant and fun groups I've ever been lucky enough to be a part of. Like any vibrant community, sometimes people don't play nicely. In this session, I will discuss what it has been like to be shy and be on twitter, mailing lists, and open source. I'll talk about my experiences consulting on massive CSS overhauls, and ways to defeat trolls—including your own inner troll! I'll also share a timing attack for your brain that might just surprise you.

About Nicole Sullivan (Stubbornella):
Nicole is an evangelist, front-end performance consultant, CSS Ninja, and author. She started the Object-Oriented CSS open source project, which answers the question: how do you scale CSS for millions of visitors or thousands of pages? She also consulted with the W3C for their beta redesign, and is the co-creator of Smush.it, an image optimization service in the cloud. She is passionate about CSS, web standards, and scalable front-end architecture for large commercial websites.

She co-authored Even Faster Websites and blogs at stubbornella.org.

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Fluent 2012

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    Fluent Conference 2013: Javascript & Beyond, San Francisco CA

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    Nicole Sullivan, "Don't Feed The Trolls" - Fluent 2012

  3. 3

    Fluent 2012: Ryan Bubinski, "wtf.js: JavaScript as a First Language"

  4. 4

    Fluent 2012: Enda McGrath, "Enyo: A Truly Cross-platform JavaScript App Framework"

  5. 5

    Brendan Eich on JavaScript at 17 - O'Reilly Fluent 2012

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    Fluent 2012: Ben Galbraith & Dion Almaer, "Web vs. Apps"

  7. 7

    Fluent 2012: Ward Cunningham, "Federated Wiki Mashes Data in Your Browser"

  8. 8

    Fluent 2012: Tom Hughes-Croucher, "Creating the Internet of Things with JavaScript"

  9. 9

    Fluent 2012: Steve Souders, "Your Script Just Killed My Site"

  10. 10

    Fluent 2012: Tim O'Reilly, "Keynote"

  11. 11

    Paul Irish, "JavaScript Development Workflow of 2013"

  12. 12

    Fluent 2012: Axel Rauschmayer, "Improving JavaScript"

  13. 13

    Fluent 2012: Gary Flake, "Bookmarklets as Applications"

  14. 14

    Fluent 2012: Lea Verou, "Turning to the Client Side"

  15. 15

    Fluent 2012: Startup Showcase, "kanban2go"

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    Fluent 2012: Startup Showcase, "PicPlum"

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    Fluent 2012; Startup Showcase, "StackMob"

  18. 18

    HTML5 for game development: Jesse Freeman interviewed at Fluent 2012

  19. 19

    Getting around obfuscated code: Sara Chipps interviewed at Fluent 2012

  20. 20

    The state of web standards and Flash's future: Brian Rinaldi interviewed at Fluent 2012

  21. 21

    HTML5, Flash and online video: Greg Schechter interviewed at Fluent 2012

  22. 22

    Porting apps to HTML5: Chris Bannon interviewed at Fluent 2012

  23. 23

    The rise of mobile web apps: Andrew Betts interviewed at Fluent 2012

  24. 24

    Tim O'Reilly on JavaScript and HTML5 (Fluent 2012)

  25. 25

    JavaScript and the Internet of Things: Tom Hughes-Croucher interviewed at Fluent 2012

  26. 26

    Mobile app development's learning curve: Aditya Bansod interviewed at Fluent 2012

  27. 27

    What SpineJS is and how it's being used: Alex MacCaw interviewed at Fluent 2012

  28. 28

    Lea Verou interviewed at Fluent 2012

  29. 29

    HTML5's most promising features: Maximiliano Firtman interviewed at Fluent 2012

  30. 30

    The utility of CoffeeScript: Trevor Burnham interviewed at Fluent 2012

  31. 31

    An appreciation for URLs and doing right by users: Dan Webb interviewed at Fluent 2012

  32. 32

    Why we need "maintainable" JavaScript: Nicholas Zakas interviewed at Fluent 2012

  33. 33

    Luc Hollande interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    The importance of Chrome's Dev Tools: Paul Irish interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    HTML5 video's growth: Steve Heffernan interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Gary Flake interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Ian Skerrett interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Chris Bannon interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    John Lindquist interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Bill Hazard interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Todd Greene interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Shawn Cartwright interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Elyse Phillips interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Ibon Tolosana interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Ted Patrick interviewed at Fluent 2012

  46. 46

    Kevin Schaaf interviewed at Fluent 2012

  47. 47

    Mike Hostetler interviewed at Fluent 2012

  48. 48

    Sarah Allen interviewed at Fluent 2012

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    Startup Showcase Interview: Appception

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    Startup Showcase Interview: Deployd

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    Startup Showcase Interview: Game Closure

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    Startup Showcase Interview: Kanban2go

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    Startup Showcase Interview: Monotask

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    Startup Showcase Interview: Picplum

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    Startup Showcase Interview: StackMob

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    Startup Showcase Interview: xTuple

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    Startup Showcase Interview: TimeStream

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