Free Julian on JavaScript Series

If you are new to JavaScript or just don’t know it as well as you should, then I encourage you to watch the Julian on JavaScript Series on DevExpress.

Julian M Bucknall wrote an awesome series a while back called JavaScript for C# Developers that I remember going through that helped me become a better JavaScript developer.

Julian has planned out 4 sessions thus far, and has completed one of them already. If you can’t make the live webinar, then the sessions will be available to view online afterwards.

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Julian on JavaScript I (07-Feb-2011)

Writing JavaScript when you already know C# can seem like a piece of cake: after all it’s a C-like language, so what can go wrong? Julian starts off a series of webinars to teach you the basics of writing JavaScript. No experience is necessary apart from an understanding of C#. This webinar will concentrate on types.

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Julian on JavaScript II (28-Feb-2011)

Writing JavaScript when you already know C# can seem like a piece of cake: after all it’s a C-like language, so what can go wrong? Julian continues a series of webinars that teach you the basics of writing JavaScript. This webinar will concentrate on objects and assumes you’ve watched part I.

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Julian on JavaScript III (07-Mar-2011)

Writing JavaScript when you already know C# can seem like a piece of cake: after all it’s a C-like language, so what can go wrong? Julian continues a series of webinars that teach you the basics of writing JavaScript. This webinar will concentrate on functions and assumes you’ve watched parts I and II.

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Julian on JavaScript IV (28-Mar-2011)

Writing JavaScript when you already know C# can seem like a piece of cake: after all it’s a C-like language, so what can go wrong? Julian continues a series of webinars that teach you the basics of writing JavaScript. This webinar will dive deep into writing good JavaScript and assumes you’ve watched the previous three parts.

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