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<h3>Book: Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja (John Resig)</h3>
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The untold secrets of the elite JavaScript programmers distilled for intermediate
JavaScript programmers, bringing them completely up to speed with the challenges of
modern JavaScript development. Explores specific techniques, strategies, and
solutions to developing robust, cross-browser, JavaScript code.
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<h3>Overview</h3>
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This book is intended to take an intermediate JavaScript developer and give him
the knowledge he needs to create a cross-browser JavaScript library, from the
ground, up.
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Due to the challenging issues that are continually encountered when developing
cross-browser JavaScript applications JavaScript libraries have become a necessity
of modern JavaScript development. All JavaScript developers have a collection of
reusable code - either written by themselves, someone at the company that they
work at, or by a third party. Thus, it becomes increasingly important that a
JavaScript developer understand how to, either, construct a library from scratch
or understand how their library of choice works.
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The knowledge necessary for JavaScript library development is taught in three
phases: design, construction, and maintenance. A base of strong, advanced,
JavaScript knowledge is taught to the reader, giving him the ability to make
decisions about the overall design of the library and how to tackle its eventual
construction. The construction of the library examines the numerous tasks that
all JavaScript libraries have to tackle and provides practical solutions and
development strategies for their creation. Finally, maintenance techniques are
explored for keeping the library running well into the future. All of these
fundamental strategies, combined, provide the reader with all the knowledge
necessary to build, or understand, any modern JavaScript library.
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<h3>Going GOOG (Paul Irish)</h3>
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Big news! (for me, at least) I'm taking a position on the Chrome team doing Developer
Relations. I'll be evangelizing HTML5, Chrome, Chrome OS, and everything under the Open
Web umbrella. It'll be a bunch of writing, speaking, tutorials and guides, and
engagement with the developer community. (Hey guys! :)
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As I'm very passionate about all this, I'm quite excited about this opportunity.
Google Chrome has become the browser to beat very quickly. It's a solid platform for
browsing and developing as well. I can't wait to join the team and start kicking ass,
making Chrome ideal for developers and pushing the open web forward.
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As part of this, I'm also moving to San Francisco. Farewell, my dear Boston. *sniff* :(
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I'm leaving an incredible team of UX architects, interactive designers, software
engineers, and front-end developers at Molecular/Isobar. It's been 3.5 years and I
would've easily stayed longer. If you're in Boston, Toronto or SF and want to develop
incredible sites and apps for high-profile clients, I couldn't recommend working there
enough. <3z
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This is all happening over the next 60 days, along with a busy schedule of JSConf,
Bay Area jQuery Conference, TXJS, and a few weddings.
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I plan to continue to be active in the jQuery community (thx to my compadre Karl
Swedberg for the referral!), and continue developing Modernizr and CSS3Please.
I also got a few more projects on the way. Exciting times. :)
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