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Whether it’s to create more dynamic user experiences or just to add more functionality and aesthetic appeal, JavaScript has become an essential tool, and jQuery is the most popular JavaScript Library in use today. For The 2nd Annual jQuery Summit, we’ve split the content into two days: a Designer Track on November 16, and a Developer Track on November 17.

Choose one or both to take your skills deeper! A portion of the proceeds from the jQuery Summit will go to the jQuery Foundation, dedicated to keeping jQuery open source and free.

Day One—Designer Track:
- Marc Grabanski presents “Google Maps Mashup with jQuery and jQuery UI”
- Aaron Gustafson presents “jQuery, eCSStender & You”
- Emily Lewis, author of Microformats Made Simple, presents "jQuery: A Designer’s Perspective"
- Jonathan Snook presents “jQuery vs. CSS3”
- Richard Worth presents “jQuery UI”
More speakers TBA!

Day Two—Developer Track:
- John Resig presents “The State of jQuery”
- Paul Irish presents “The jQuery Source”
- Rebecca Murphy presents “Refactoring jQuery”
- Alex Sexton presents “jQuery & Large Apps”
- Kyle Simpson & James Burke present “jQuery & Performance”
- Adam J. Sontag presents “Troubleshooting Q&A”
More speakers TBA!

There are a limited number of Early Bird tickets available—don’t miss out!

For more information and to buy tickets, go to

Added by e4h on September 8, 2010