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KnockoutJS Blueprints

By : Carlo Russo
Book Image

KnockoutJS Blueprints

By: Carlo Russo

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (12 chapters)
KnockoutJS Blueprints
Credits
About the Author
About the Reviewers
www.PacktPub.com
Preface
Index

About the Reviewers

Marko Bojovic graduated in computer science at the University of Milano-Bicocca while building his career. Through the years, he has improved his skills in software engineering and especially in enterprise web applications, primarily (but not only) using Java-based technologies for backend applications. He managed to achieve this by always being in the mainstream in frontend frameworks and best practices.

He worked in different companies where he had the possibility to experiment with specific business needs, such as big data analysis and machine learning techniques. As for his current position, he leads projects as a freelancer while keeping in mind his plan to start his own company in the near future.

Oscar Finnsson is a software development consultant at Purepro AB, having previously worked in banking and with payment solutions. He has degrees in engineering physics as well as business administration and economics from Uppsala University.

He is the developer behind pager.js—the most popular Knockout.js plugin at GitHub, which is aimed at large single page web applications.

Marco Franssen is a very passionate developer from the Netherlands. During his career, he has worked on various types of software projects. These projects range from client software and distributed systems to web applications and MS Office add-ins. Some of the techniques and languages Marco is familiar with are C#, ASP.NET MVC, CQRS, DDD, JavaScript, NodeJS, SCRUM, Agile, and so on.

In all of these projects, he worked as a lead developer or architect. Thanks to his ability to think in terms of abstracts, his understanding of processes, and his analytical skills, he was able to achieve success in all of his projects.

He believes that when you master the software design patterns, the choice of programming language actually doesn't matter anymore, since you will be able to learn new programming languages very quickly.

Marco also has a personal weblog at http://marcofranssen.nl, where he shares his knowledge with the community.

He has also worked on the book jQuery Flot Visual Data Analysis.

Robert Gaut is a father, husband, musician, photographer, martial artist, and software developer. He began his career teaching application and database development at a technical college. After several years of teaching, he spent more than a decade developing web-based content management systems for the automotive industry. He currently works for a large public school district, where he develops business applications and data integration processes using Microsoft technologies.