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October JS.Chi: The one year anniversary

  • Oct 1, 2009 · 6:30 PM

Beginner
JavaScript Statements - Justin Meyer (CEO at Jupiter)

Advanced
Enterprise Dojo 101 (for jQuery fans) - Nathan Kurtyka (VP of Technology at Vodori)
Cross-domain Communication - Nik Krimm (Code Ninja at Viewpoints)
How to test your web apps in the cloud with Selenium - Jason Huggins (Sauce Labs/Selenium)

Schedule
6:30 JavaScript Statements
6:50 Enterprise Dojo 101 (for jQuery fans)
7:10 Free pizza and beer courtesy of CashNetUSA
7:20 Cross-domain Communication
7:40 How to test your web apps in the cloud with Selenium
7:50 OReilly JavaScript Book giveaway
7:55 Pass the Mic (Open discussion)
8:00 Head over to Elephant & Castle Pub for drinks and networking

Check out past talks at http://javascriptchic...

This meetup marks the one year anniversary of JS.Chi's formation. What better way to celebrate the anniversary than by learning some JavaScript?

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  • Zishan A.

    Presentations were more focused, timely, and engaging. Getting better!

    October 8, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    The beginner's talk was quite rushed, I couldn't help thinking that if you didn't know the information going into the talk, you wouldn't have been able to keep up. As someone who knows a bit of Javascript it was a nice refresher.

    October 2, 2009

  • Adam

    Great topics discussed by passionate speakers. The mix of complete novice to advanced professionals makes coordinating activities in a single room difficult. Looking to provide a facility that will allow us to have a main "stage" with a couple of rooms for breakout sessions.

    Brian and Justin did a great job of organizing this event and spreading the word in the community.

    October 2, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    Beer, education and food how can I guy go wrong with that combination? Can't wait to practice what I learned. I've never written JS but I've made edits to fit my needs but lately I've started writing code. It's often difficult finding the answer or the correct way writing something because I've been working alone for over 10 years. Not by choice but because I've not found anyone who can see my vision and work toward a common goal.

    October 2, 2009

  • Zeljko D.

    First time there, it was really awesome! Lightning talks about very interesting subjects, each presenter was good. Brian and other organizers managed everything well. I am only sorry I couldn't stay for the after-party.

    October 1, 2009

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    The maintainable Javascript experts. We organize and speak at JS.Chi.

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    An adventurous Ruby/Javascript shop. Providing a room, pizza, and beer.

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