AJ O’Neal (twitter github blog)
Merrick Christensen (twitter github)
Joe Eames (twitter github blog)
Jamison Dance (twitter github blog)
Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)
01:11 - jQuery vs Prototype vs MooTools
Web Developer Tools
17:05 - jQuery Pros
20:16 - jQuery Mobile
20:48 - QUnit
21:21 - Running jQuery in Node
22:32 - CSS Manipulation
24:14 - jQuery UI
25:19 - jQuery Community
26:31 - jQuery Plugins
29:52 - Ender & Zepto.js
33:44 - jQuery Cons
API is too large
How to build your own jQuery
52:15 - AJ lied about jQuery
The Robert C. Martin Clean Code Collection (Joe)
Old Man’s War by John Scalzi (Joe)
Human Connectome Project (Merrick)
pahen / node-madge (Merrick)
Hype Machine (Merrick)
Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick (Jamison)
Men’s Medium Tall (AJ)
Ubuntu Phone (AJ)
Interpreted Dance (AJ)
Aaron Frost (AJ)
aaronfrost / getusermedia-gestures-preso (AJ)
AJ’s Blog (AJ)
Hydrofarm Thirsty Light (Chuck)
Powermat Power Dual 1200 Rechargeable Backup Battery (Chuck)
Joe’s Pluralsight Page
MERRICK: Do you want to see my face?
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AJ: Yo! Yo! Yo! Coming at you live from the screencastosphere of Provo, Utah.
CHUCK: So, I have to ask, AJ. You realize this is a podcast and that it’s coming to no one live, right?
AJ: He’s got a good point.
CHUCK: We also have Merrick Christensen.
MERRICK: Yeah, I’m Merrick.
CHUCK: Joe Eames.
JOE: I’m not Merrick, I’m Joe.
MERRICK: He’s Joe.
CHUCK: Jamison Dance.
JAMISON: Hello friends.
CHUCK: And I’m Charles Max Wood from DevChat.tv. And this week, we’re going to be talking about jQuery.
So, I’m assuming we’ve all used jQuery at least a little bit.
CHUCK: If you’re doing web stuff, it’s pretty handy.
CHUCK: Yeah. Well, I remember back in the day when I was using Prototype for my web app. So, jQuery was a huge step up from Prototype, I have to say.
CHUCK: It’s just that the interface of the API felt better to me. I can’t really quantify how.
MERRICK: That’s fair. I was a big MooTools fan and I was kind of a hate Query, if you will.
AJ: As you should be, actually.
MERRICK: I didn’t hate jQuery per se, but I really loved MooTools just because the APIs were just so beautiful. And also, all of this new age, these structural libraries like Backbone and all that kind of thing was really natural in MooTools already, right? Because everything was so class-oriented and I’m not saying classes are the only way to organize your code.