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The Best of Barbarian Meets Coding 2014

And as 2014 winds down to an end I thought it would be cool to take a look at the best articles I wrote this year (with you as a judge of greatness with your visits). And the winners… are!!!…

Top 10 Articles 2014

The most visited articles I wrote in 2014

  1. Barbarian Meets Knockout: Introduction to Knockout.js Observables Arrays
  2. Object Oriented JavaScript for C# Developers
  3. Write 30% Less Test Code With AutoFixture
  4. Thoughts on Unit Testing and TDD: Test Behavior Not Implementation
  5. Barbarian Book Review: The Art Of Unit Testing 2nd Edition
  6. Barbaric Development Toolbox: Elevate Your Front-end Workflow with Yeoman
  7. 5 Things That I Like About Codealike and 2 That I Don’t
  8. Boost Your Productivity with Codealike Insights. Barbaric Development Toolbox
  9. Dev Talk Monday: Architecting Large Scale JavaScript Applications With Knockout.js
  10. 3 Things I Learned From Seductive Interaction Design, Creating Playful, Fun and Effective User Experiences - a Barbaric Book Review

Top 10 Most Visited Articles 2014

The most visited articles

  1. Barbarian Meets Knockout: Knockout.js Computed Observables
  2. Barbarian Meets Knockout: Introduction to Knockout.js Observables Arrays
  3. Object Oriented JavaScript for C# Developers
  4. Barbarian Meets Knockout: Knockout.js Observables
  5. Write 30% Less Test Code With AutoFixture
  6. Knockout Wiki
  7. Awesome Resources To Become a Software Developer Wizard 1 Learn TypeScript to Improve Your JavaScript
  8. Thoughts on Unit Testing and TDD: Test Behavior Not Implementation
  9. Barbarian Book Review: The Art Of Unit Testing 2nd Edition
  10. What is New in Knockout.js 3.0 Lightning Round

And to you, thank you for reading! :)


Jaime González García

Written by Jaime González García , Dad, Husband, Front-end software engineer, UX designer, amateur pixel artist, tinkerer and master of the arcane arts. You should follow him on Twitter where he shares useful stuff! (and is funny too).Jaime González García