Tuesday 15th May, 2012
11:15am to 11:55am
Are you new to jQuery? Maybe you’ve been using it for a while? Regardless of your skillset or previous experience, join Matt Gifford, developer, author, speaker and lover of jQuery, as he reviews why you should be using it, how not to use it, and some vital tips to assist your jQuery development as well as some common pitfalls to watch out for.
Web & application developer, author, magazine contributor, conference speaker, runner, dad. bio from Twitter
Matt Gifford is an RIA developer from Cambridge who specializes in ColdFusion development. With over ten years' industry experience across various sectors, Matt is currently working with BBC. A regular presenter at national and international conferences, Matt also contributes articles and tutorials to international industry magazines, and maintains his blog www.mattgifford.co.uk. As an Adobe Community Professional for ColdFusion and Adobe User Group manager (Hertfordshire, UK), Matt is a keen proponent for community resources and sharing knowledge. Matt is the author of “Object-Oriented Programming in ColdFusion” and the upcoming “PhoneGap Cookbook”.
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