The format of a virtual self-study group is as follows:
Note: There is no classroom instruction. There are no webcasts. There are no scheduled appointments of any kind. Once you have the book, you simply proceed at a pace that best fits into your current work/life schedule. You have the option to meet informally at the beginning of each Boston PHP Meetup or even set up a real life self-study group with others in your neighborhood.
How do I get started?
- Become a member of Boston PHP if you are not already a member. Simply click: Join us!
- Register for jQuery jAM, Season 3. Simply RSVP: Yes
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When your book arrives, start your virtual learning by reading one chapter at a time, completing the exercises and posting a link to your completed work.
Q: How long will the course last?
A: We will cover 15 chapters in the book, so 15 weeks starting Sunday, April 21 and ending Saturday, August 3. Refer to the jQuery jAM, Season 3 Master Discussion List for specific dates.
Q: Do I have to wait until Sunday, April 21 to begin?
A: No need to wait! Feel free to begin by reading the Introduction once you obtain a copy of your book. Then, proceed at a pace that best fits your current work/life schedule.
Q: Are there any additional resources I can use?
A: A new jQuery jAM website is being developed by members of Boston PHP Meetup to provide additional resources. Twitter and Facebook pages have also been set up to offer value-added content.
Q: What if I have additional questions?
A: Simply post a reply below and you will receive a response.
Let's start jAMmin'!