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Joel Cochran is a Senior Technology Consultant with Lotic Factor Inc, of Roanoke, VA, a business and technology consulting firm. He is a Microsoft Expression Blend MVP, an ASPInsider, and is currently serving as the INETA Mentor for Virginia. Joel is the author of "Expression Blend in Action" by Manning Publications and "The Practical MVVM Manifesto" (http://practicalmvvm.com). A technology generalist, he works with technologies such as Windows 8, WPF, ASP.NET MVC4, SQL Server, SSIS, and Azure. His languages of choice are C# and JavaScript. He spends an inordinate amount of time on Twitter (@joelcochran) and far less time on his blog http://joelcochran.com. Joel is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 4 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

A Sudden Move: One Developer’s Journey From C# to JavaScript

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I was very fortunate recently to have my first article for Simple Talk published.  Simple Talk is an online magazine operated by redgate.  The article is titled “A Sudden Move: one developer’s journey from C# to JavaScript“.  In it, I discuss the reasons that JavaScript is so compelling and try to dispel some of the unfair treatment JavaScript get from developers.

Please pop over and give it a read, feel free to leave comments there or here.

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Vikas Wing replied on Fri, 2013/01/04 - 12:15am

 Hello Joel,

I went through the article provided in the link. The content is great and it explains how javascript is important and we do not give much of that to it. I will definitely share this article with my team mates. I myself is a big fan of javascript. Thanks for sharing such views. I will follow you for more articles from your side.


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