jQuery Conference 2010: Boston – Update
The jQuery Conference in Boston is fast approaching and we are officially sold out. Thank you so much for your support it’s going to be a great event. For those that are coming there is some venue information on the Events home page if you are still looking for a cheaper hotel or if your driving to the venue, there is some parking information you’ll need to be aware of.
We are still looking for last minute sponsors. Last minute sponsors are our favorite sponsors!
Why sponsor? The jQuery Conference is supported by our generous Sponsors and Donors, without whom things would be very different. The jQuery Conference is a great way to get your message out to 500+ highly qualified influential technology decision makers; if you or your company are interested, download our prospectus for more information. We are willing to talk with you about a package that would work for you. Contact information can be found on the prospectus.
Training Class Seats Still Available
I did want to remind everyone about our training class we are holding before the conference. We still have openings for the training class and it is separate from the conference.
- Full cost: $299 (All proceeds go directly to the jQuery Foundation)
- Friday October 15th, 2010
- 1 Day before jQuery Conference Boston 2010
- 9am to 6pm with a break for lunch
- Register on the events site
About the class
Over the course of this one day class the group will build an exciting web application using jQuery. This class will teach you what jQuery does and how to use it responsibly in your websites. Intended for web development beginners.
Let me introduce you to the trainers.
From left to right: Boaz Sender, Pete Karl, Rick Waldron and Ben Alman
- What is jQuery?
- What is the DOM?
- jQuery and Selectors
- jQuery and Methods
- Get stuff do something: DOM traversal and manipulation
- jQuery and Events
- jQuery and AJAX
- jQuery and Effects
- Using plugins
- jQuery UI and the widget factory
- Debugging techniques with jQuery
Bocoup does offer more advance classes around the same time as the conference. Check out their site for more details. (18% of the proceeds go directly to the jQuery Foundation)
The jQuery Team would like to thank Bocoup for their donation of the one day training class and the proceeds for the other classes.