jQuery ~ For the Love of $
I am preparing a jQuery course for the January session. The course will use Rebecca Murphy's open source ebook "jQuery Fundamentals" and using collaborative tools such as jsfiddler for demos and code sharing, weekly video lessons, and some type of live podcasting tool such as TalkShoe (participate via dial in or client software). Rather than extensively covering every aspect of the jQuery API and plugins, the course will have a emphasis on learning jQuery in a participatory environment using tools such as jsfiddler, firebug to aid the learning process.
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gray ghost visuals commented
i m interested too in taking up the course
I'm interested too!
mendahu (Canada) commented
I'm interested in this course!
Melissa Korol commented
I've been looking at jquery. This may be the motivation I need!
Dan Diebolt commented
Registration opens Jan 8, 2011; Courses start Jan 26, 2011.
Anxiously awaiting registration. Sounds like fun. I feel like it's 4am on the day after Thanksgiving and I am in line at Best Buy to buy a scarce and unavailable laptop :-). Can't wait.
Really interesting ^^
When will the registration begin for this course?
I have been trying to use jQuery for one of my projects. I'm interested to learn its fundamentals. Looking forward for this course.
I am very interested in the jquery course. I have doing some basic tutorials already and looking forward to see this offered. Thanks!
Amanj Ali commented
Mark Shnier commented
Willing to give it a try!
Alvaro Ravanal commented
I hope it goes from low to high to understand and analyze its structure.
this would be sooo helpful!
Interested in the jQuery course - Thanks M