Anne-Gaelle Colom attends first ever jQuery summit
Electronic Engineering 21 December 2012
After a brief morning overview of the major jQuery tools and processes, over 120 team and community members set to work on nearly every aspect of the jQuery projects.
"We were divided into 18 teams and focused on everything from triaging and fixing bugs and documentation for jQuery Core, UI, and Mobile, to working on design, implementation and deployment of our entire network of sites, to improving our automated testing and gathering and analysis of metrics on how people use our libraries and websites. I was leading the jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile documentation. Participants came with a range of skills and abilities and we ensured that everyone was able to contribute, and many carried out their first git commands and Github pull requests. My table created 3,000 lines of documentation in those two days, but more importantly 8 people learnt and became familiar with the framework, and were able to contribute to a very successful open source project.
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