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    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    @sonnyboothwebdesign Be sure to attend the jquery specific talks in our series! We actually talk about how jquery manipulates the DOM, subsequently how you can manipulate the DOM yourself using native JS methods
    billmalcolm
    @billmalcolm
    really good at making spaghetti code, want to learn how to better keep myself DRY and cement more of this in my head
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    Hi, I know JS a bit, to manage to write functions and make it work on DOM. I don't know much about promises, closures...
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    @gebidesign We actually discuss quite a few topics in terms of how memory is handled, even a state machine example showing == vs ===
    Alexis Villegas Torres
    @Alexisvt
    Do you have plans to talk about node.js?
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    Question: Which ECMAScript are you going to teach us?
    Mauricio Sanchez Duque
    @sheva29
    Experience Level: I focused on programming during grad school, coming from a design background. Focuses heavily on Creative Code using processing and openFrameworks(C++). Did my thesis project on Javascript http://codemath.org Wanna Learn: Use JS a prototyping tool and create more experiential apps. Would like to get more accustomed to node.js to create quick environments have things talk to each both digital and physical
    Madelene Campos
    @Madelene
    Is it possible to get a copy of the slides you use for your lectures?
    Emmanuel Hernandez
    @ManuH
    I know a little of Python, do you think that can help me understanding JS?
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    Are we going to create Apps? calling different APIs.. etc?
    coombsyim
    @coombsyim
    Experience Level: Really Basic JS and even more Basic JQuery, need to get better in ethier or both :smile:
    Carlos Pires
    @cadu
    I've been working with js for some time but I want to improve it. Thanks for the training and I'm looking forward the next ones.
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    @ManuH of course! Be sure to attend the first few weeks of these free sessions as we’re starting from the ground up in the language
    Emmanuel Hernandez
    @ManuH
    @alexisabril great!! I'm really looking forward to it! thank you
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    Thank you Alexis and Justin! This course will be AMAZING I can bet that!
    Madelene Campos
    @Madelene
    @Zurc I concur :)
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    @Alexisvt Not specifically NodeJS, however how JS functions as a language in terms of theory will be the same. We won’t specifically be touching Node APIs in this series though
    Alexis Villegas Torres
    @Alexisvt
    @alexisabril Thanks! :)
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    @Zurc Typically our talks are ES5, however we do touch a few notes on ES6 capabilities when applicable.
    Justin has caught up to my typing ;)
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    @alexisabril Thanks!
    seifs4
    @seifs4
    Familiar with JQuery and some JavaScript but need to keep doing and learning! Thanks for doing this!
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    Are we going to build Apps?
    andreyh13
    @andreyh13
    Are you going to cover JS MVC frameworks in this course?
    Gediminas Bivainis
    @bivainis
    hehe, now I know my name wouldn't work for freelance in the US :) looking forward for future lessons, so far I'm glad it's not going to be yet another js for dummies type of course.
    Matt Heinrich
    @niceindividual
    Will there be homework? :sparkles:
    sonnyboothwebdesign
    @sonnyboothwebdesign
    looking forward to closures section, where i have been hitting brick walls
    John Barnicle
    @jbarnicle
    Hi Justin - will these sessions be recorded for viewing later?
    Rober
    @tribet84
    Looks like there are people from very different backgrounds and different programming skill levels, do you think it could be a good idea to split the course?
    Jay-Ar Jamon
    @skrpt
    that's a better idea!
    Madelene Campos
    @Madelene
    @alexisabril that would be fantastic (re: homework)
    Marshall Thompson
    @marshallswain
    @jbarnicle I believe you will be able to find them both on the Bitovi Google+ page and in the YouTube channel. At least, that's how it has worked in the past.
    Matt Heinrich
    @niceindividual
    Can you guys provide your twitter handles and anything else you want to share?
    Alexis Abril
    @alexisabril
    twitter: @alexisabril
    John Barnicle
    @jbarnicle
    @marshallswain - Thanks!
    Aniruddha Barapatre
    @aniruddhabarapatre
    Justin Meyer
    @justinbmeyer
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    R U going to put the slides somewhere?
    Marshall Thompson
    @marshallswain
    http://bitovi.com/about is a great resource for twitter and github account links.
    Matt Heinrich
    @niceindividual
    Thanks guys. This is very noble of you.
    Rober
    @tribet84
    Thank you so much I really appreciate it! :smile:
    Zurc
    @Zurc
    Thanks!!!!
    Lyndsey Browning
    @lyndseybrowning
    Thanks!
    Tim
    @TimRizzo
    Thanks! See ya next week.
    Gediminas Bivainis
    @bivainis
    alert('thanks!')
    Mick McGrath
    @mickmcgrath13
    Thanks, Guys!
    John Barnicle
    @jbarnicle
    Thanks Bitovis