My first book, Testing with CoffeeScript was published as a free “mini book”. It has had over 2,000 downloads to date. The book looks at TDD with the JS library Jasmine, whilst writing all the code in CoffeeScript.
I was asked by Addy Osmani to contribute to his Backbone Fundamentals book, a book published by O’Reilly but freely available on the internet too. I helped write the chapter on using Backbone with RequireJS.
A small Jekyll powered blog, TIL Vim documents things I learn about the Vim editor.
pulldown is a small npm module for quickly downloading libraries via the command line.
You can find many more projects on Github.
In partnership with EventHandler, I ran a workshop on useful command line tools that exist for JS development.
A 15 minute talk showing some JS optimisation tips given at London JS. Slides
A 20 minute ramble on JavaScrip and mobile devices. Slides
At the London Titanium user group meetup I spoke for 20 minutes on Node.js. Slides.
I ran a 2 hour CoffeeScript workshop at DevXS in London.