Talk: Getting Over Frameworks


Yesterday's up, session.
The talk was fun – check out the slides.

Bonus: All the links in order of appearance


Heart of Glass (song) Wikipedia
I know it when I see it Wikipedia


Lea Verou: jQuery considered harmful
Eric Wastl: Vanilla JS
Patrick Kunka: A Year Without jQuery
You might not need jQuery
Ray Nicholus: You don’t need jQuery!


Marta Sztybor: Why you misuse Bootstrap and why you should stop doing this
Belén Albeza: You might not need a CSS framework


Alex Sharp: Please, Please Don’t Use “CSS in JS”
Krasimir Tsonev: In search of the perfect JavaScript framework
Jean-Jacques Dubray: Why I No Longer Use MVC Frameworks
You (probably) don't need a JavaScript framework


Phil Hawksworth: I can smell your CMS
Bud Parr: The No-DB Landscape
Jerod Santo: Trello as a CMS
Andy Robinson: An Incremental Approach to Content Management Using Git


Ben Northrop: Reflections of an "Old" Programmer
Peteris Krumins: Frameworks don't make much sense
Mike Perham: Kill Your Dependencies
tef: Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend.


Bastian Allgeier: Pressure
Dirk Gadsen: A rewrite is a failure to evolve
Joel Spolsky: Things You Should Never Do, Part I
Joel Spolsky: Rub a dub dub
Love Me or Leave Me (Donaldson and Kahn song) Wikipedia
Paul Irish: bling dot js · GitHub