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yayQuery

Summary: The yayQuery hosts have years of experience being neck-deep in their own jQuery development, as well as providing support and training to the community. The podcast tries to capture one of our favorite conference pastimes -- hanging out at a bar and talking code. About the hosts: From afar when you notice them at jquery conference, they look like the cool kids in high school. They just gather around and make fun of everybody.

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  • Artist: Paul Irish, Rebecca Murphey, Alex Sexton, Adam Sontag
  • Copyright: Copyright 2009 - 2011

Podcasts:

 Episode 6: | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 00:43:50

We're playing naughty this week with the debut of nayQuery! Peter Higgins, Dojo Project Lead, joins us for a spirited discussion of the dark side of jQuery. We'll also get you up to speed on what's going on in the 1.4 alphas and explain why $ is special (because you can buy things with it). After all, Santa's got a lot of coal and he needs to give it to someone!

 Episode 5: ...More Like jQuery 1.MORE, Amirite?! | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 00:48:28

The team is back at full strength to bring you a complete roundup of the hot, fresh jQuery 1.4 alpha in this bonus-sized installment! From hiddenhancements to just plain awesome ones, we'll let you know exactly what to expect from the upcoming release. Of course, we've got the latest haps from the world of front-end dev, so add a little Yay to your day, today!

 Episode 4: I Once Mixed Sprite and Cappuccino, It Was Disgusting | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 00:38:00

With Rebecca on the disabled list, the yayQuery team overcomes adversity by talking about LABjs, the new asynchronous JavaScript loader on the scene. This leads to a rousing discussion of improving front-end perfromance with new image spriting techniques. And then: moar performance with your favorite segment, Hidden Performance Anti-Pattern for Beginners ... err, wait. It's all there for the taking in this the fifth episode of yayQuery. Now with a party line!

 Episode 3: $("#turkey").contents() === new Stuffing(); | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 00:39:44

In a very special thanksgiving episode of yayQuery the gang talks on the hottest conference on the block and the best new seating themed storage implementation. Eat your leftover turkey and pumpkin pie while you get learned by special guest Mike Taylor on everybody's favorite HTML5 input information. There's a plugin that we think is the best for this week along with your favorite segments hidden or unhidden. On top of all that, we made you a new plugin! Hapy Hapy Thanksgiving (or just hapy day to the non-americans).

 Episode 2: Third Time's a Charm! | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 00:40:00

In this episode of yayQuery the team discusses Paul's recent adventures in the land of jQuery documentation. We know there's a Doc Brown 1.21 Jiggawatts joke somewhere in there, but we couldn't find it. Other topics include JSON, Compression & Minification, Plugins of the Week, Hidden Features inside of jQuery, and even a picture of Adam in his best Dark Helmet costume. Also get some coupon codes for some sweet discounts off some sweet conferences. Oh yeah. Jonathan Neal.

 Episode 1: Dear | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 00:38:20

In this episode of yayQuery, the crew discusses Google's terrible project naming habits, Paul gives an anti-pattern that you won't want to miss, and no episode is ever complete without a little ditty from Jonathan Neal. Other topics include the jQuery Peepcode screencasts, jsconf.eu, and bacon. We are also proud to announce that we have two new sponsors: TinyCDN and devot:ee -- so check em' out!

 Episode 0: Inaugural zero-indexed episode | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 00:34:33

In this episode of yayQuery, the team introduces themselves. Paul Irish, Rebecca Murphey, Adam J. Sontag, and Alex Sexton each offer their insight on a variety of topics. Paul Irish continues his anti-pattern knowledge-giving that he started at jQuery Con '09 and then goes on to publicly show his support for the end of Thickbox's life. Mobile front-end development is discussed in some detail, however any information passed on is nullified by the dancing at the end of the video.

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