jQuery Debugging Like a Pro

jQuery NYC
26-27 Apr 2012 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , New York, US

Tonight we will explore the beautiful art of debugging code.  There is still a lot of magic that surrounds this topic.  Most developers seem to cringe at the sound of "debugger" though it's possibly the one skill that will allow you to advance to become a rock star developer.

The format for tonight's meetup will give everyone something to sink their teeth into, so we will work our way up progressively on the difficulty level.

Come early to network with others interested in jQuery.  Doors open at 6:30pm for socializing and networking.  Food and drinks are provided for free courtesy ZocDoc.

* 7:00pm - 9:00pm

* Introduction to debugging
* Debug like a beginner
* Debug like most of us
* Simple follow-along debugging session
* Debug like a pro
* Q&A session

Skill Level
* Beginner
* Intermediate
* Advanced

* Free

* ZocDoc
* .appendTo()
* Manning Publications

Please, bring your laptops.  You should have some programming background to get most out of this presentation.

Tell your friends to join this meetup so we can grow and enjoy learning everything about jQuery.

If you are a professional jQuery developer, and interested in adding to the presentation as a speaker/presenter, please e-mail me your credentials and material so we can integrate it into our Agenda.

Please RSVP so we can make this into a recurring event and be something we all look forward to.

Bring your laptops, will to learn, and open mind. WiFi will be provided at no cost.

My cell is (862) 266 3311 and feel free to e-mail me at [email protected]

Look forward to seeing you soon!

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