Rebecca Murphey Only Needs Three Lines of Code

JavaScript developer, Rebecca Murphey, is our guest this week! Rebecca is a fantastic dev, writer, and speaker. Today she shares with us tips on how she organizers her notes and slides, as well as why she participates in public speaking and how nerves affect her. She’ll tell us about how she had to battle it out with Paul Irish for a talk slot, having conferences buddies, and what happens when you put code samples on a slide.

Be sure to check out her super post for Ladies in Tech, Speaker Notes.


About Rebecca

Rebecca Murphey is a staff software engineer at Bazaarvoice, where she leads the team that develops the third-party JavaScript application for collecting and displaying social commerce content, such as ratings and reviews. She is a frequent speaker on the topic of code organization and best practices at various JavaScript conferences, including JSConf 2013, JSConf US 2011, JSConf EU 2010, Full Frontal 2012, Fronteers 2012, and many others. She lives in Durham, NC, with her partner, their son, and their dog. She blogs at rmurphey.com.

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