Developer's Reading List, October 23, 2012 New books on C++11, parallel programming, CoffeeScript, requirements, and more.
by Mark Bates
The second half of the book is a demonstration of a CoffeeScript project that uses node.js and backbone.js as the primary supporting software infrastructure. This section contains a lot of useful information on how to attend to the details that a full project requires: for example, setup issues, how to get CoffeeScript to work with the other components, unit testing, and the like.
The book is supremely readable: clear, concise prose with numerous examples sprinkled throughout. It's definitely a good place to start if CoffeeScript is your cup of tea (sorry, I couldn't resist!). Strongly recommended.