Thomas Fuchs
Hi, I'm Thomas Fuchs. I'm the author of Zepto.js, of script.aculo.us, and I'm a Ruby on Rails core alumnus. With Amy Hoy I'm building cheerful software, like Freckle Time Tracking and Every Time Zone and write books like Retinafy.me.
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JavaScript Master Class September 29 & 30

August 4th, 2010

Announcing another one of of Amy Hoy’s and my Virtual JavaScript Master Classes!

The next class is scheduled for September 29 & 30, and is scheduled to be AWESOME. It’s split in two half-days so you get to breathe (and maybe do some of the homework!) between the parts. The class is timed US-friendly, beginning at 9am PT (12pm ET), but it works great for you european peeps too (6pm-10pm each day, or 5pm-9pm London time).

What do our new JavaScript ninjas say about the class? (and you WILL be a JavaScript ninja too after this intense experience, believe me!)

  • “Help & clarifications on the side [in the chat] = AWESOME team”
  • “Never thought we’d have on-demand examples, you guys are spoiling us!”
  • “JavaScript Master Class worth every cent. Tons of docs, answers, insights, fun & encouragement. Highly recommended, super friendly.”
  • “Enjoyed it, learnt a lot and the online format worked very well.”
  • “Completely Impressed”

You still need a browser with Flash installed (sadly HTML5 doesn’t really support video streaming), so we can stream live to you and you can interactively ask questions for more information and on-demand code on just about anything about JavaScript (we know a lot!)…

The class is totally framework agnostic, and concentrating on the pure essence of JavaScript programming itself (but it will help you understand that weird jQuery method or the Prototype.js idiom you have been wondering about).

Head over to our JavaScript Master Class site to learn more and sign up (right now, we still have early bird pricing on, but not for long– you save a cool $70 with the early bird pricing!).