The Web Platform
March 7–8, 2016: Training
March 8–10, 2016: Conference
San Francisco, CA
Jeremy Fairbank

Jeremy Fairbank
Software Engineer, Test Double

Website | @elpapapollo

Jeremy Fairbank is a web developer at Test Double, where he helps improve how the world builds software. Jeremy has many years of experience in frontend and full stack development and has presented numerous times on web development at conferences such as Fluent Conf and RailsConf. He is passionate about frontend development and its future, especially in functional JavaScript and Elm, and is currently authoring a book on Elm with the Pragmatic Programmers. He holds a master’s degree in computer science.

Sessions

11:15am–11:45am Wednesday, 03/09/2016
Pure Code and JavaScript Salon 12/13/14/15
Jeremy Fairbank (Test Double)
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As JavaScript has evolved over the past several years, so have the patterns for handling its asynchronous nature. Through callbacks, Promises, and now async functions, JavaScript has made asynchronous control flow easier to tackle. Jeremy Fairbank dives into the new async functions landing in ES7 and investigates various use cases and “gotchas” along the way. Read more.