Hi Folks, thanks to all those that came to our September event. For those
that could not make it, John delivered a talk that first introduced the
basics and then walked seamlessly through ever increasing degrees of power
up to 'I dont know why you'd want to do this.. but you can' (o;
Since the presentation I've read yet more articles declaring jQuery as the
defacto js library of choice. Thats not to say libraries such as http://mootools.net/ or http://extjs.com/ should not be considered, and
jQuery's terseness takes a little getting used to. However, the community
which has put its weight behind this particular 'tool' makes it a safe bet
to invest some learning in.
I hope to see some of you at the jQuery Conference on Sunday (sold out) and
maybe next year, if John has time, we'll repeat this event with whatever
amazing extensions come out in that time.
I'd also like to thank Steve Pomeroy for organising the room at MIT as well
as all those that have helped us put on events this year. We're going to
take a break for the rest of '08 and we'll see you in '09 with more
discussions, workshops & social events for those working in the field of