This is the seventh ‘social’ interview in a series with the jsDay 2012 speakers: it’s ‘social’ because the questions have been submitted and voted online on Facebook.
We are happy to introduce you Marco Cedaro, a “lazy developer” with two kids, meteoropathy and an insane passion for lo-fi music and frontend developer since 1998
He will give a session at jsDay called “It’s not you, it’s me” Thusday May 17th at 14:30 pm on track 2.
It took me a while starting to answer to social questions: I’m awfully late, so I’ll try to reply without overthinking the answers.. get them as a stream of consciousness
Things that you consider before choosing a framework for a project?
I will partially deal with this topic during my talk, do you really want me to spoiler it?
if you keep in consideration to choose of a framework for a new project, instead of being stuck in your previous choices, you’ve already done a step in the right direction. Why and how is the talk
What do you think about Coffeescript?
I don’t like metalanguages.
What should i learn next?
I can tell you what I want to learn next: strict mode, mobile debugging and responsive design.
Sheldon or Leonard?
I would rather say Penny, but I’ll pick Sheldon (do someone really choose Leonard??)
Duran Duran or Spandau Ballet?
I hate 80s and I grew up surrounded by the question Nofx or Rancid and still don’t have the answer (right now Rancid, for what it worth) so I think I don’t have any clue how to answer that.
Who’s your programming hero?
I don’t think I have one, but I love Nicholas Zakas point of view on development.
I think if I have to pick one it will surely be him
Who killed JFK?
Too much tv
What’s the average beer per hour factor during conferences and a normal hangout?
conferences are not about drinking, are about learning…
who am I kidding? it’s just that I drink a lot in normal hangouts too
Did your love for programming cause you some troubles with your partner?
Not programming, but conferences, both speaking and organizing a little bit, yes
Suggest a book to read.
Tech related everything Zakas wrote, otherwise everything Craig Thompson drew (warning: graphic novels ahead)