We hope you’ve been enjoying the 14 Days of jQuery thus far! We’ve really enjoyed putting it together and are surprised that we’re nearly done. We wanted to take this opportunity to thank the jQuery team members that made this event possible.
The team met in Washington, D.C. on January 13th to record all the videos and podcasts for the 14 Days of jQuery, and push out the jQuery 1.4 release. We were graciously hosted by AOL at their headquarters, where we met many happy users of jQuery.
The jQuery Team and Community Members: From Left to Right: Paul Irish, John Resig, Karl Swedberg, Scott González, Jonathan Sharp, Yehuda Katz, Richard Worth, Elijah Manor, Mike Hostetler, and Ralph Whitbeck. Not pictured: Leah Silber.
Behind the Scenes
Ralph Whitbeck recorded a series of videos from when the team was together in Washington D.C. to record all the videos and podcasts for the 14 Days of jQuery.
The team that came early is testing the video equipment at Richard D. Worth’s house.
The team is finally together and waiting to head out to dinner.
We sat down with Eric Passmore, Aol’s Senior Vice President, Global Publishing Systems and talked about Aol. use of jQuery and thank him for the use of the facility.
The team is finallizing the 1.4 release blog post. Heads are down and working feverishly to get it out.
Richard D. Worth and Jonathan Sharp are setting up the room for our live uStream with John Resig and other members of the jQuery team
This is a look at the production team behind the keynote.
John Resig, Jonathan Sharp and Richard Worth are doing final sound checks. Here’s a look at the set up.
Ralph and Elijah are recording 6 podcasts while everyone is together. Here we are talking with Mike Hostetler and Jonathan Sharp about appendTo for a future episode.
The team feverishly works to get the Day 2 blog out before the stroke of midnight, everyone that is except…
yayQuery’s Paul Irish steals my flip and records some video while we were out eating after day two of video recording.