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Training Series - Context

What is "this"? We'll cover context in this session of our JavaScript training series.

Training Series - Closures

Join us as we cover closure scope in JavaScript!

Training Series - Comparisons

This week we covered comparisons in JavaScript! The showdown between == and === is on!

Training Series - Types, Operators and Primitives

This week we covered types, operators and primitives in JavaScript as well as a bonus session regarding how hash maps are created in memory!

Training Series - Basic JS

Our training series has officially kicked off! We covered an intro to JavaScript and got a sneak peak at upcoming sessions. The following agenda is covered in this week's session.

Free Weekly Online JavaScript Training!

Bitovi is providing a public 45 minute JavaScript training every week. The trainings are for intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers looking to take their frontend skills to the next level.

JS and jQuery Essentials

Join Justin Meyer on March 17 and 18 as he walks you through fundamental concepts required for advanced UI development in this two day course in Chicago, IL. Tickets are available through EventBrite.

Advanced jQuery Training at SF jQuery Conf 2011

The team at Bitovi will be giving the Advanced jQuery Training at the San Fransisco jQuery Conference on April 15th, 2011. If you write complex jQuery apps, and consider yourself a jQuery Pro, this...

Premier Training Lessons Learned

Before the Thanksgiving holiday, I was lucky enough to spend 4 days training Premier on JavaScriptMVC. It went really well. But, with each training I learn invaluable lessons. Here's what I took away...

Mindjet Training

I was lucky enough to train some of the smartest engineers last week in JavaScriptMVC. Here's a shot of part of the group when I remembered to take a quick picture.