September 20th, 2011
Update: For the first time ever, we have a conference signage sponsor. Thanks to custom signs shop Signazon for your support.
The Boston conference is sold out (thanks everyone!), as is the Intro to jQuery training session, but the requests keep coming! In response to popular demand, we’ve added a second training scheduled for Friday, September 30th.
The training will focus on HTML5, and be taught by jQuery Core Team Member and Bocoup trainer Richard Worth. The price will be the same $299 (which, if you’ve been paying attention to HTML5 training rates, is a steal!).
Here’s some detail from the training description:
HTML5 is the next major milestone in HTML and it’s not just another incremental enhancement; it represents an enormous advance for modern web applications. A large number of HTML5 features are already supported in browsers, so it’s time to start using them!
- Know how to use semantic HTML5 Markup
- Understand current browser support for the various HTML5 features
- Understand how to polyfill HTML5 features on older browsers
Our training takes a step-by-step approach, solidifying fundamental concepts and building on them to leave each attendee with a more thorough understanding of HTML5. Using a 50% lecture / 50% lab format, attendees will be able to put the concepts they have just learned to use after each section.
- HTML5 Overview
- Using HTML5 Today
- Video and Audio
- Drag and Drop
- Web Storage
- Web Workers
- Communication and Web Sockets
Prior exposure to any of these concepts will be helpful, but not required: AJAX, XML, jQuery, HTTP, REST.
See you all at the show!