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10 Things I Learned from the jQuery Source

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It’s jQuery on the big screen. We’ll open the jQuery source and run through how the jQuery object works, covering self-executing anonymous functions as a global abatement technique, several interesting jQuery methods, internal jQuery paradigms, and hidden enhancements. You’ll learn JavaScript techniques you can apply to your own code, as well as the basic workings of jQuery itself.

About Paul

Paul Irish is well-respected in our industry and has contributed to various open source projects that many of us use every day, including:

He's also one of the hosts of the YayQuery podcast, which (obviously) focuses on the jQuery library. Be sure to subscribe if you'd like to stay up to date on the latest news in jQuery.


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