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San Diego JS Monthly Meeting

San Diego Javascript meets the first Tuesday of each month, at One America Plaza. We typically have two talks and then head over to a local bar for drinks and socializing.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Guys, friends have a home-grown website built by consultants which are no longer in the picture.

    There is a production IIS Server and a MySQL server they think. There is a development server with nothing on it. :-( They think the website is PHP. Nobody knows any more details. I am a C#, WebForms with a little bit of MVC under my belt. How do I learn PHP quickly? I need to get the devel server built. Do I need anything besides IIS and MySQL?

    September 18, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I've taken one JavaScript class on PluralSight. Do you guys have any suggestions on how/where I can get up to speed?

    August 30, 2013

    • Ray S.

      I feel like taking a quick online course like codeschool or teamtreehouse is not good enough to get your JS skills up. Here's a link to a site where they explain how to use both codeschool and a JS guidebook to learn efficiently.

      http://javascriptisse...­

      1 · September 7, 2013

    • Abe B.

      Good tip, Ray. Javascriptissexy.com is an excellent road map for learning JS (and related subjects). I highly recommend it as well.

      September 7, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Meeting is too late. Other user groups I attend start at 6 p.m.

    I am completely new to JavaScript so a lot of it was over my head. May I suggest a format like my .Net Developers group where they have a beginners speech, an intermediate and a advanced.

    I am looking for a job. I would like to see in the future the hiring managers reply to the meetup with their contact information / job desc so we can reply the next day if desired. I needed to go home after the meeting and wish I had time to stay to chat.

    September 6, 2013

    • Abe B.

      I do think there's still a lot of value in attending meetups regardless of the level (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Even though it's way over your head now, eventually you'll start to get a sense for things.

      September 6, 2013

    • Abe B.

      That said, as a relative beginner myself, I too would like to see some more beginner/intermediate speeches. However, I'll be there learning whatever is presented, no matter what it is.

      September 6, 2013

  • Pierce B.

    Great meetup, I was a bit lost as I'm a newbie to JavaScript and coding in general. However I'm going to learn as much as I can in the near future and plan to come back next month.

    September 4, 2013

  • Abe B.

    I found the presentations edifying and immensely enjoyed socializing with the rest of the San Diego JS members. Thank you for putting on such a great meetup!

    September 4, 2013

  • Robert A.

    Trying yo find this place now on my phone.

    September 3, 2013

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