Sessions at jQuery Conference: SF 2010 about jQuery

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Sunday 25th April 2010

  • Fast, modular code with jQuery and RequireJS

    by James Burke

    Curious about coding and loading fast, modular JavaScript? What about reusing CommonJS modules? RequireJS is a script loader that gives you the power to do it all. Learn how to use it and its built-in optimization tool in your jQuery project.

    At 2:00am to 2:30am, Sunday 25th April

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  • Jumping into the jQuery Community

    by Ralph Whitbeck

    Are you looking to get more involved in jQuery? Have you determined that you'd like to contribute to an open source project and you would like to contribute to jQuery but don't know what you can do to help? Do you want to make a difference and be recognized for your contributions to jQuery? Not everyone is a John Resig, Brandon Arron, Yehuda Katz, Jörn Zafferer or Scott Gonzalez and can sling JavaScript APIs that are used by 30% of the active web sites on the internet. But that doesn't mean there isn't something that you can contribute back to the community. More than likely there is a direct way for you to get involved.

    In this talk, we'll explore various options available to jQuery designers and developers to be able to contribute back to the jQuery Community. We'll discuss ways to have a big impact on a great number of people—from offering help on the forum to sharing plugins to writing tutorials. And we'll look at the proper procedures for reporting bugs and submitting patches.

    This talk is meant for anyone who is interested in jQuery, from the very beginner to the more advanced user who is looking to get more involved with the community.

    At 3:30pm to 4:00pm, Sunday 25th April