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Hands on jQuery Mobile sold out in 2 hours.
I knew this would be popular and I've already been contacted by members regarding a wait list. I'm not doing a wait list, because it results in a lot of people showing up hoping to attend. I'm limiting this session to 50 due to the fact that I won't have any assistants trained on the material, and the material may be a bit rough around the edges.
I will repeat this session at Silicon Valley Code Camp Oct 8/9, please sign up for that event or if you are at Adobe MAX I'll be doing the session there. http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/
I'm sorry I can't have unlimited seating, but I think that would result in a chaotic experience for everyone.
Please update your RSVP if you signed up and change your mind.
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