Press Mentions

I've been fortunate enough to have written for or appeared in a number of publications over the years. Whilst I'm unable to keep track of them all due to time constraints, here are a select few from the past few months across print and online media.

Smashing Magazine (numerous – will update when I have a chance) :)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 51 (Harmony/Modules, Microtemplatez, Pub/Sub etc.)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 50 (jQuery Standards team)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 49 (jQuery $.Callbacks())

JavaScript Weekly Issue 48 (Scalable Design Patterns)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 47 (Recommended plugin patterns, Future proofing JS)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 46 (jQuery 1.7 pre-release run-through)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 45 (Faster Memoization in JS)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 44 (TodoMVC)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 42 (Patterns for large-scale JS app architecture)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 41 (Lessons from a JavaScript code review)

JavaScript Weekly Issue 40 (Developers Guide To Cross-Browser Polyfills)

.net Magazine (Physical) December, 2011 

.net Magazine (online) August 2011.

JavaScript Weekly Issue 38 (Building Mobile JS Web Apps)

Script Junkie (online) August 4th, 2011.

.net Magazine (online) July 2011

JavaScript Weekly Issue 35

DailyJS, June 29th, 2011

Script Junkie (online) – July 6th, 2011.

JavaScript Weekly Issue 32

Script Junkie (online) – June 22nd, 2011.

JavaScript Weekly Issue 29

Script Junkie (online) – May 18th, 2011.

JavaScript Weekly Issue 25

Web Designer Magazine #181 

.net Magazine #213

.net Magazine #209

.net Magazine #208

Script Junkie (online) – March 24th, 2011.

JavaScript Weekly Issue 22

Multiple mentions in Scriptych newsletter

I have also been lucky enough to have several of my posts shared and recommended by @smashingmag, @sixrevisions and other such online web development blogs.

Whilst not in 2011, I have formerly appeared in the Wallstreet Journal, Wired magazine, The Times and others. Should you require assistance in tracking past previous articles, I'll do my best to assist.

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