Announcing the Official jQuery Podcast

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On Wednesday night, Ralph Whitbeck and Elijah Manor recorded the first of many weekly episodes that aim to interview key members of the jQuery Community while bringing you the top news from the past week.

We will be recording and streaming the audio live each Wednesday night at 10PM EST on uStream.  You can also subscribe to the show via iTunes or via the RSS Feed.
Our guest this week was jQuery creator, John Resig.

Future shows will have guests such as Richard D. Worth (jQuery UI Release Manager), Paul Irish (yayQuery podcast), Rey Bango (jQuery Evangelist), Ben Alman (jQuery Plugin Author) plus many more.

We will be posting the show notes on the blog each week below is the show note for episode 1.

The Official jQuery Podcast – Episode 1 – John Resig

Welcome to the Official jQuery Podcast.

A weekly discussion with a key member of the jQuery community along with a look at what’s happened this week, in jQuery. Brought to you each week by your hosts Ralph Whitbeck and Elijah Manor.

Permanent Sponsors

Bandwidth, hosting and our podcasting studio are provided by:


Ralph Whitbeck – jQuery Team Member on the Evangelism Team, Senior Web Application Engineer at BrandLogic Corporation in Rochester, NY also co-author of the upcoming jQuery Cookbook.

Elijah Manor
– ASP.NET MVP, ASPInsider, Senior Software Developer at the Sommet Group in Franklin, Tennessee.

This weeks guest
John Resig – works as a JavaScript Evangelist at Mozilla and is the creator of the jQuery JavaScript Library.


You can listen to this this show and find shownotes at Episode 1

Wrap up

Join us next week when our guest will be jQuery UI’s Release Manager, Richard D. Worth.

You can subscribe to this podcast via iTunes or with the RSS feed.

See you next week!

3 thoughts on “Announcing the Official jQuery Podcast

  1. Chestozo on said:

    Thank you for the podcast.
    But I want to ask to not use the music as a background, because it’s interfering on the speach. So, in my opinion, it will be better at least to make it less loud. Thank you!

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