The eventual JavaScript presentation

31 March 2006 » Ajax, CSS, JavaScript, Web development

According to my CVS repository, I’ve intended to do a presentation titled “JavaScript: Beyond Copy & Paste” since the end of August 2004. I came pretty close to doing it for New York PHP in early 2005, but I believe we had a compelling speaker step up with a topic more relevant to the PHP community.

This was around the time that the term Ajax was coined, and it might have been a timely presentation. Alas, I missed that train and I let the outline languish.

Recently I came across “A re-introduction to JavaScript” at the Mozilla Developer Center, and I realized that maintaining the original outline might still hold some value, gauging by the popularity of this resource.

So, since I now have a blog infrastructure that supports comments – though I suppose a Wiki might make more sense – I’ve decided to post the outline as it looked last June, and solicit updates and comments for it. I may end up doing a presentation on it some day, but I don’t mind if someone else runs with it or uses it as a base for their own work, so here it is:

JavaScript: Beyond Copy & Paste

  

3 Responses to 'The eventual JavaScript presentation'

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  1. ZoesMom said,

    31 March 2006 at 3:32 pm

    Hey Slacker!

    I had a feeling that was you leaving a comment on my blog. How come I don’t qualify under “Folks I know”?

    I have no comments on “JavaScript: Beyond Copy & Paste” — all I ever did with it was copy & paste. :-)

  2. SupaNova said,

    04 April 2006 at 10:13 pm

    Yea what the F*ck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No bootlegers wanted?!

  3. Jason said,

    17 April 2006 at 1:39 am

    Screw the “wiki”, I much better enjoy the web logging, or as I like to coin it: “blog”.

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