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Boston PHP Message Board › Week 14: jQuery jAM, Season 3

Week 14: jQuery jAM, Season 3

Gene B.
Boston, MA

"Four short words sum up what has lifted most successful individuals above the crowd --'a little bit more.'  They did all that was expected of them and a little bit more." -- A. Lou Vickery

Welcome to Week 14 of jQuery jAM, Season 3.  What is expected is crossing the finish line.  What it will take to get there is 'a little bit more'.  Whether you are on Chapter 14 or Chapter 4, doing a little bit more this week will help you move closer to the finish line.

The goal for this week is to read Chapter 14, complete the tutorials and post a link to your work in the Chapter 14 discussion area.

Chapter 14 continues the final section -- Part Five: Tips, Tricks and Troubleshooting.  The focus for Chapter 14 is Going Further with JavaScript.  The jQuery jAM, Season 3 -- Master Discussion List offers one-click access to all chapters.

jQuery jAM Website

Feel free to access the jQuery jAM website for additional learning opportunities.  Please post feedback about the website in a special section set up in the Discussion Area entitled jQuery jAM Website Feedback. Also feel free to stay informed about updates to jQuery jAM | Tutorials by following our social media postings.


This Week's Top jAMmers

Congratulations to Mike Murphy­ for becoming the sixth participant this season to cross the finish line.  Mike is now enshrined on The Self-Study Group | Wall of Accomplishment as the 37th alumnus of jQuery jAM.  In addition, Mike becomes the 5th Triple Perk! for completing his third virtual self-study group.  Only four Boston PHP members have completed more virtual self-study group courses than Mike.  An impressive performance and a prime example of doing 'a little bit more.'

Chapter 15 -- Mike Murphy­­(complete)
Chapter 13 -- Dennis Daudelin­
Chapter 13 -- Debra Wen­­­
Chapter 12 -- Ken Haduch­
Chapter 12 -- Alison Morando
Chapter 12 -- Sunday Olaoye
Chapter 12 -- ­Fred Tarbox
Chapter 12
-- Peter Olsen
Chapter 11 -- Elmuiz­
Chapter 11 -- ­Jen Kramer
Chapter 9 -- Leslie Glynn
Chapter 9 -- May Thet
Chapter 7 -- Jeff­
Chapter 7 -- Lori Daniells
Chapter 7 -- Jen Strickland
Chapter 6 -- ­James Burns
Chapter 6 -- aung aye
Chapter 6 -- Maureen Ciaccio
Chapter 6 -- Nancy Shaw
Chapter 5 -- Jim Plumb
Chapter 5 -- Bing Mei
Chapter 4 -- Bob Delaney
Chapter 3 -- Elena Marrotte
Chapter 2 -- Michael Chase
Chapter 2 -- Henry Le
Chapter 2 -- Kevin R. Sletten­
Chapter 2 -- Merlin Calo
Chapter 1 -- Marvin Moss

jAMmers who complete all 15 chapters become immortalized on the Self-Study Group | Wall of Accomplishment. To date, 136 Percolators­, jAMmers and Brunchmates­ have been honored.

Let's keep jAMmin'.

Gene Babon
Chief Percolator

jQuery jAM, Season 3 Alumni:

Bob Hickey | Gary Johnson | Rick Heller­| David Petringa­| Gene Babon­

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