Script & Style Show: Episode 16: JavaScript & LEDs with Kristina Durivage

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In this episode:  Todd's back from an amazing conference and David sees this week's guest as being the ticket to making his kids thing he's a super hero.  The amazing Kristina Durivage stops by to talk JavaScript, electrical engineering and unusual uses of LEDs for programming, and the web landscape.  Enjoy!

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