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Re: [javascript-10] Call for speakers and lightning talks

From: Zeljko D.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 16, 2010 9:47 AM
Brian, since we use ScrewUnit here at Sears, maybe I could prepare
something for the next meeting, I don't have anything prepared to be
able to jump in for this weeks one.

Zeljko Dakic

Dakic OnLine :: Creating Better Business OnLine
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On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 12:35 AM, Brian Moschel <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hey JS.Chi-ers,
> We've got a meetup coming next Thursday, and we're looking for fresh ideas
> and speakers. Do you want to give a talk or a lightning talk? Email me!
> Talks are usually 10-30 minutes. We try to have 1 beginner topic
> (introduction to the DOM, introduction to jQuery) and 1 advanced topic
> (node.js crash course, advanced enterprise Dojo 101).
> http://javascript...­
> Lightning talks are usually 5 minutes and have the purpose of presenting an
> idea very quickly and succinctly. If users enjoy the topic, they can follow
> the links you provide for more information. For example: MongoDB demo, the
> latest changes in jQuery 1.4, testing JS with QUnit, etc.
> http://javascript...­
> Thanks,
> Brian Moschel
> JS.Chi Organizer
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