Ben Nadel
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Ben Nadel at the New York ColdFusion User Group (Mar. 2008) with: Pete Freitag
Ben Nadel at the New York ColdFusion User Group (Mar. 2008) with: Pete Freitag@pfreitag )

Adventures In Angular, Episode 38: Performance With Ben Nadel

By Ben Nadel on

Last week, I was honored to be back on the Adventures in Angular podcast over on DevChat.tv. I got to ramble on about how much I love JavaScript, AngularJS, performance tuning, and how that all gets applied at InVision App, which is, of course, written in AngularJS.


 
 
 

 
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Listen: Performance with Ben Nadel

I was also on episode 29 - AngularJS at Work - which was kind of a ramp-up to the current episode.

If you haven't had a chance to checkout Adventures in Angular, I highly recommend it. I find the discussions to be very thought provoking and often insight much exploration on my end. In fact, I would recommend all of Charles Max Wood's podcasts - top quality stuff. I don't even code Ruby and I love the Ruby Rogues podcast! Give it a listen; or, as Lukas Ruebbelke would say, "Pro tip!"




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I don't see how you have the time to do all that you do, but thumbs up to you! I was thinking the other day about the contributions you have made to the cf and programming in general community and the magnitude of working and being able to do these experiments and write a blog about it, sharing your stuff, and I felt gratitude towards you and others that help us in the community in this way. So I still feel thankful even when I am reading the blogs you write about things I can't really implement at work, and I am sure you're helping others who work in that particular field even much more. Thank you for all you do!

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@Anna,

Well thank you very much :D I have very much enjoyed our conversations of the years, so I hope that it is a two-way street! It wouldn't be nearly as much fun if I didn't have great people to bounce ideas off of :D

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I just wish I had more brilliant ideas for you to bounce off of. . .haha. My attempt at a joke. But sincerely and seriously, I have also enjoyed immensely the conversations we've had since I discovered this blog and started responding and posting comments here. Even when we have amicably agreed to disagree on various things. . .after all, it'd probably be almost creepy if someone just agreed with absolutely everything someone ever said. You'd start wondering. . .is this person merely a robot? And not having the exact same opinion and experience as someone else and being able to discuss it adds to everyone. So thanks. . .for your contribution to programming over the years, and your movie reviews, posts about working out, and personal life. :-)

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@Ben, haha! I only tell guys I am just totally not interested in at all that I want them to always agree with me in an attempt to dissuade their interest. :^D

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