If you want to read even more about OOCSS, you can also check out a few of our blog posts on the subject:
- Building a digital clock with OOCSS and MVC
- cujo.js — OOJS, OOCSS, and OOHTML — Part 1 (OOCSS for Engineers)
- The OO in OOCSS, and direct style manipulation
One of my favorite things about the conference was, as Paul Elliot (@p_elliott) put it, the hallway track. I got to meet and talk with so many cool people between the sessions. John and I both had quite a few people tell us (in addition to a few good pirate jokes) that they had been thinking and doing some of the things from our talk, and they were glad to hear that other people were thinking many of the same things as validation that these techniques work. Hearing that was good validation for us as well.
I really appreciate all the feedback so far on the presentation, and on the digital clock as well, on which I have received many compliments. Thanks, everyone! If you haven’t already rated our talk, John and I both would really appreciate your feedback over at SpeakerRate.
Thanks to the jQuery team and the conference organizers for putting together and running an excellent conference. I had a blast. Nice job all around.