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jQuery Boston Meetup & Processing.js Pannel 2010

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Sent on: Tuesday, April 6, 2010 7:00 PM
jQuery Boston Meetup  Processing.js Panel 2010


This week at Bocoup is action-packed!

Paul Irish!

jQuery Boston Meetup - Paul Irish
Wednesday April 7th 2010 - 6:30-8pm

This Wednesday evening, jQuery team member Paul Irish  ...the man who put the "Yay!" back in jQuery...  will open the jQuery source on the big screen, and explore the inner magic of the jQuery object. This talk will cover self executing anonymous functions as a global abatement technique, explanations of interesting methods, internal jQuery paradigms, *hiddenhancements*, plug-in architecture, and the "event-ed" model of application design.

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Big thanks to our excellent sponsors The Atom Group:

Processing.js Special Guests\

Processing.js Panel 2010 - Ben Fry, John Resig, Chris Blizzard++
Friday April 9th 2010 - 7-9pm

In association with Mozilla and The Centre for Development of Open Technology at Seneca College, Bocoup invite you to join The Processing.js Development Team for the first ever Processing.js Panel! This evening will be a treasure trove of information, innovation and web-graphics inspiration.

Ben Fry, John Resig, Chris Blizzard, Dave Humphrey, Corban Brook will be discussing the Processing language from origin to web. From the goals of Processing.js to the future of the language in the open-web, do not miss this unique opportunity to ask your questions and provide important feedback to the Processing.js Development Team, the Mozilla graphics team and other web graphics rock-stars.

We will also be announcing the “Processing For The Open Web Competition” sponsored by Mozilla as part of the Mozilla Drumbeat program. Sign up and be among the first to learn about this awesome competition.

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Made possible by our generous sponsors The Mozilla Foundation:

See you there!


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