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Developing non-blocking UI (Amitesh Madhur)

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October 25, 2013

Developing non-blocking UI (Amitesh Madhur)

I'm sure everybody at some point in time has used setTimeout. Basically, it schedules a new JavaScript execution job for some time in the future. I just want to point out that this does not guarantee that your code is going to get executed after a certain amount of time, at all. In this talk I will be talking about JS Time function and how it works, I will also talkabout developing non blocking

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  1. Amitesh Madhur,
    UXINDIA13 Conference Presentation

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  2. Developing non-blocking UI
    I'm sure everybody at some point in time has used setTimeout. Basically, it
    schedules a new JavaScript execution job for some time in the future.
    I just want to point out that this does not guarantee that your code is going to
    get executed after a certain amount of time, at all.
    In this talk I will be talking about JS Time function and how it works, I will also
    talk about developing non blocking code.

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  3. About me
    Amitesh Madhur has worked in web development for over ten years.
    Currently a senior engineer at Cisco, he is using HTML5 and JavaScript to
    deliver the next generation user experience on set top boxes and
    connected devices. Previously, as part of Yahoo!'s Exceptional Performance
    Team, he worked on optimizing delivery of advertisements on Yahoo!'s high
    traffic web sites and built a compression technology for flash based
    advertisements. His past work include "JuicyCampus" - a famous gossip
    engine and Tally, a great accounting product. Recently, he also won the first
    Tata Communications sponsored cross border Hackathon, using WebRTC
    technologies. He is passionate about hacking open web technologies and
    engaging with the developer community.
    Links
    Hackathon winner: http://yourstory.in/2013/07/team-from-bangalore-
    wins-tata-communications-cross-border-hackathon-the-future-of-
    collaboration/
    My YUI Talk - http://yuilibrary.com/theater/?start=131
    Speaking at W3C HTML5 tour talk - http://w3cindia.in/HTML5-tour-
    2013/speaker.html

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