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GGMUG Event Tonight: jQuery Templates

Josh G.
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Atlanta, GA
There is a GGMUG event tonight about jQuery Templates if anyone is interested. I will likely be late to it, but am planning to go. Here is the info:

Building Applications with jQuery Templates
Ritesh Kothari

jQuery has been one of the most successful and popular open source project. Microsoft's ASP.Net team has showed love by contributing support for templates. In this session we will see how to format and render HTML strings from JSON in the browser. And how to take advantage of templates to build applications that are rich, maintainable, responsive and interactive.

Ritesh presented this session at the recent Code Camp Atlanta 2011. His presentation was standing room only with a room packed to bursting!

Ritesh Kothari has over 11 years of professional experience and has assisted companies such as Unisys Corporation, Keane Consulting and BCD Travel in building large enterprise- wide applications. He focuses on high-end consulting in the Atlanta region and specializes in Microsoft technologies. At present, Ritesh is consulting with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as an Architect and Lead Developer building a highly scalable web-based solution.

Outside of work he is very active in local user groups, participates in GiveCamp, and has presented to Gwinnett Georgia Microsoft User Group, User Group and Microsoft Integration Architect User group on topics such as WCF and He enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife Neha and playing with 2 year-old daughter Riya.

We'll be meeting in our regular room at Gwinnett Tech. Building 100, room 401 at 6:30 PM

I'm looking forward to seeing everyone this Thursday!

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