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Uploaded on Apr 5, 2008

Google Tech Talks
April, 3 2008

ABSTRACT

jQuery is a JavaScript library that stands out among its competitors
because it is faster, focuses on writing less code, and is very
extensible. In this talk, I will explore jQuery and how to use it. I
will start off talking about the basics of using jQuery. Then, I will
talk about building plugins. Finally, time permitting, I will take
apart some plugins and talk about how they work, and I will show the
nitty gritty details of the library.

Speaker: Dmitri Gaskin
Dmitri Gaskin drinks code with his cereal for breakfast every
morning. He's a jQuery whiz and a Drupal know-it-all. He
contributes patches for both Open Source projects. In the Drupal
world, he maintains many modules, is on the security team, and is
involved in the upcoming Summer of Code as a mentor and
administrator. Dmitri has given many talks on Drupal and jQuery, in
such places as Logitech, Drupalcon and live on a radio show out of
L.A. When Dmitri isn't coding, a very rare occurrence, he is playing
and composing contemporary music. And attending classes in the 6th
grade. (He's only 12.)

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