Expert-led Denver jQuery Training Courses
We offer a variety of jQuery training courses to be delivered on-site in Denver. Courseware and exercises are custom-built for your team’s specific needs.
Our instructors are experienced at building and scaling production software in jQuery and related libraries. Courses are mix of lecture (40%), hands-on labs (40%), and Q&A (20%).
Our Denver jQuery Courses
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About Denver, Colorado
Located just a bit east of the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains, Denver, Colorado is known affectionately as the Mile High City. This is a literal nickname as the city’s elevation is exactly one mile (5,280 feet) above sea level.
Fun Facts about Denver
Denver is known as one of the sunniest places in the nation, garnering more sunny days than San Diego and Miami (a whopping 300 per year). Fourteen communities in the United States have the same, or similar, still-on-the-books law as Denver: it is unlawful to allow your neighbor to borrow your vacuum cleaner. It would also appear that it’s nearly one-and-a-half times easier to get inebriated due to Denver’s clean air and altitude; however, it has been shown that this is an effect of altitude sickness.
Annual Events in Denver
Science and nature buffs might appreciate Destination Solar System, an annual event put on by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities puts on several family-friendly shows throughout the year, such as musicals and arts exhibits.
Things to Do in Denver
Kids and adults of all ages love baseball, and taking in a Colorado Rockies game is major league fun. The Denver Downtown Aquarium has fantastic underwater sea exhibits, and when hunger strikes, their on-site eatery has a little something for every palate. Titanic enthusiasts will be happy to find Molly Brown House Museum. The museum was actually the home of Denver’s “Unsinkable” Molly (Margaret) Brown, a philanthropist and activist. The museum continues Margaret’s work by investing in Denver’s youth and other activities around the city.
Places to Eat in Denver
For those who like Mediterranean cuisine, Rioja on Larimer Street has the best, says locals. For good old fashioned steak and pub grub, Euclid Hall Bar and Kitchen has a quirky dish: The Steak & Doughnuts Dinner. Why not?