Join Microsoft Live Event: #JavaScript for Experienced Developers


Microsoft Virtual Academy is organizing a live event for the developers who has basic knowledge of JavaScript and looking forward to improve their JavaScript skill. Join Microsoft experts Christopher Harrison and Gabrielle Crevecoeur on 28th October and take your skills to the next level.

 

It’s a whole day event for experienced developers and yes, it’s completely free. So, don't miss! Read more to find out details and registration link for the event.

 

Join Microsoft Live Event: JavaScript for Experienced Developers (www.kunal-chowdhury.com)

 

If you are a C#, C++, Java or JavaScript Developer and has interest to advance your JavaScript skills, you should attend this free live event organized by Microsoft Virtual Academy. This session will guide you to learn how to create an object, classes and inheritance. It will also cover advanced topics like how to manage asynchronous operations etc.

 

If you've learned the basics of JavaScript and are looking to take your skills to the next level, join the experts Christopher Harrison (Microsoft Senior Content Developer) and Gabrielle Crevecoeur (Microsoft Audience Technical Evangelist) as they share best practices. Learn how to limit global variable declarations, see where to find cool add-ins to further enhance your applications and explore some common libraries like jQuery and RequireJS. Don't miss it!

 

It’s a  fast-paced live virtual session going to happen on 28th October 2015 from 9 AM – 5 PM (PDT). Click here to find out the time in your local time-zone. Don’t just wait for the last minute. Register for the event for free now.

 


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