4 Responses

  1. Luke

    I’ve begun the same journey. I “enrolled” for the jQury class at http://www.codeschool.com/and can’t say enough good things about they way they go about their teaching. The quality, humor, and content of the video tutorials is the best I’ve seen. They way they create problems and you write the code in an editor, submit, and get points is awesome.

    With that said, I think you may need to know the very basics of jQuery. You can always give it a shot though. Good luck with your learnings!

  2. Justin W Hall

    So… What’s the good word after a few weeks? I’d add lydna.com as a good resouce. I’ve also heard good things about http://teamtreehouse.com.

    Either way, I find jQuery much easier then PHP. Not yet a pro at either, but jQuer certainly isn’t as complex. YMMV… Good luck.

  3. Justin W Hall

    oh, and i’m personally a fan of these guys… http://net.tutsplus.com/

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