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11 More Things I Learned From the jQuery Source

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Not long ago, Paul Irish, who works on jQuery and Google Chrome, recorded an excellent screencast which details ten things he learned from the jQuery source. Well today, he's back with eleven more helpful notes, tips, and tricks. It's a must watch.


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