For Fun & Profit
Jeremy guided me through the jQuery bits in Backbone.js so I could replace them with MooTools equivalents. Jeremy is both a genius and a friendly helper. I couldn’t have been luckier in my endavour.
Profit? Yes. Jeremy said I should add my credits to the app. Even though he had refactored pretty much the whole code, he still felt this was my app. After Jeremy posted it on HackerNews, it got quite a bit of attention and quickly rose to the frontpage. I wrote a short bit about how it had been made and my experience using Backbone.js in the comments. Anyhow, my name is plastered all over this example app and I’ve been contacted by several people concerning business opportunities. Thanks for everything Jeremy…