jQuery Conference: SF 2012

jQuery is back on the West Coast, and we can't wait to have you join us in the heart of San Francisco for what promises to be the most edifying, intimate, and delicious jQuery Conference to date!

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21 sessions

Day 1 Thursday 28th June 2012

Day 2 Friday 29th June 2012

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  • Coby Randquist
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  • Jason Walsh
  • Rodrigo Castilho
  • Marie Nedich
  • Elijah Manor
  • Douglas Neiner
  • Rebecca Murphey
  • Ben Newcomb
  • Dave Methvin
  • Ralph Whitbeck
  • Jörn Zaefferer
  • Leah Silber
  • Kris Borchers
  • adam j. sontag
  • Brandon Satrom
  • Andy Matthews
  • Christian Vuerings
  • Alphan
  • Tim Anglade
  • Yehuda Katz
  • Ben Alman
  • John K. Paul
  • Alex McPherson
  • Lori Wilkins
  • Peter Flynn
  • Timmy ഋ
  • Daniel Cohen
  • Menno van Slooten
  • John Bender
  • Richard D. Worth
  • Corey Frang
  • Daryl Koopersmith
  • Pat McLoughlin
  • Todd Parker
  • Trevor Mack
  • Milder H. Lisondra
  • Shane Riley
  • rick waldron

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