Anyhoo, recently I’ve had the pleasure of working rather extensively with my afore-mentioned language du jour. For this reason, I needed to dig out the reference material and, since I haven’t blogged anything remotely useful for a while, I thought I’d share my choice cuts with the blogosphere.
With the dawning of the YouTube era, it’s nice to see that online video is finally becoming a staple part of our brain-food. Further to this, Yahoo! have incorporated an entire theatre of informative videos within the YUI section of the Yahoo! Developer Network. Imaginatively entitled YUI Theatre, it’s a good place to watch some informative lectures.
Eric Miraglia, YUI engineer and technical evangelist, addresses the RealWorld Ajax conference in San Jose in April 2006. Miraglia’s talk focuses on applying Ajax techniques to power real-world interaction problems and looks at autocomplete as a pattern that illustrate’s the power of XMLHttpRequest.
Finally, as web developers, one would hope we’d embrace the internet as a teaching tool. To this end, you might like to take a look at some of the following sites: