New Training Opportunities

By |April 19th, 2012|Categories: Events, jQuery|

appendTo is offering two new training opportunities in May. The first is a three-hour per day, five-day remote live jQuery training that runs from Monday, May 7 through Friday, May 11. It’s offered in two time zones—from 9 a.m. to 12 noon Eastern time and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pacific time. The second opportunity is a three-day jQuery training in Omaha, Neb., that runs from Monday, May 21 through Wednesday, May 23 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration is open now.

Remote Live jQuery Training

appendTo Remote TrainingThe remote live training is organized in a lecture-lab format allowing for interactive discussion throughout a particular topic, followed by a lab that progressively builds upon previous labs. As the course progresses into advanced topics, the lectures involve more live coding and more challenging labs.

appendTo’s Elijah Manor will instruct and topics will include JavaScript, jQuery, Contextual jQuery, DOM, Ajax and much more. A full outline by day is available on the event website.

Participation is limited to 10 students and will use live audio and video.

Sign up for the Eastern time training.

Sign up for the Pacific time training.

On-Site jQuery Training in Omaha

appendTo TrainingThe on-site training will be held in downtown Omaha. Organized in a lecture-lab format with hands-on attention, the training will build progressively and be facilitated by appendTo trainer Eli Perelman. This approach ensures that you’ll retain more of what you learn and the real-world examples will help you apply concepts to your daily work immediately.

Training topics include:

  • JavaScript 101 and 102
  • JavaScript Functions and jQuery
  • DOM Manipulation
  • Debugging
  • JS Selector and DOM Performance
  • Events and Advanced Events
  • Ajax and Data Formats
  • Animation
  • Code Organization
  • Plugins
  • Contextual jQuery
  • jQuery UI and Mobile
  • And more

Sign up for the Omaha training.

appendTo Training

appendTo’s curriculum is developed and authored by industry-leading developers (some of whom have been published). It’s focused on real-world challenges facing developers and is organized in a way that promotes both fast comprehension and retention of the material presented. The course material is constantly updated to reflect current changes in jQuery and JavaScript as well as participant feedback from prior trainings.

You can schedule private live or remote training for your team by emailing or calling Jonathan Sharp at 303-747-6007 x1002. You can also sign up to be notified about future trainings.

Kyle Pennell
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