dave at obtiva.com
Fri Feb 22 19:25:16 PST 2008
Just in case anyone missed it, Fred posted the materials from his
February talk on his blog:
we're available for a talk in March. Please let me know if you have a
Perl topic you'd like to hear or speak about.
On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 12:51 PM, Dave Hoover <dave at obtiva.com> wrote:
> Renaissance series.
> When: Tuesday, Feb 12, 2008, 7-9 PM
> Where: Wheaton, IIT - Rice Campus
> Who: Frederick Polgardy
> incompatibilities, and brittle spaghetti code? It doesn't have to be
> this way anymore! Last time we learned about some powerful features of
> We'll look at the Document Object Model, and how it enables us to
> dynamically create and modify web page content. We'll learn about the
> DOM Event Model, and how it gives us the capability to capture and
> respond to user input. We'll also take a brief look at
> XMLHttpRequest, the technology that makes Ajax possible, and see how
> to communicate with the server without ever leaving the page. Along
> the way, we'll grapple with browser incompatibility issues, and see
> how libraries like Prototype and jQuery help us navigate the waters.
> More information and directions can be found at
> Let me know if you have ideas for other talks in 2008. I'd definitely
> like to get back to Perl, but haven't heard from anyone about what
> they'd like to hear or talk about.
> Dave Hoover
> //obtiva: Agility applied. Software delivered.
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