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Learn JavaScript, Straight From Architects of Web 2.0

About 40 hours of Video lectures straight from the Architects of notable Web2.0 experiences, absolutely free and ready to download.  Here are my favorites to learn Java script,  Lectures that you can't miss.

The JavaScript Programming Language

Douglas Crockford provides a comprehensive introduction to the JavaScript Programming Language. 

Yahoo! JavaScript Architect Douglas Crockford provides a comprehensive introduction to the JavaScript Programming Language in this four-part video:

Advanced JavaScript

Yahoo! JavaScript Architect Douglas Crockford lectures on the nuances of the JavaScript programming language in this three-part video:

High-performance JavaScript: Why Everything You've Been Taught Is Wrong

Joseph Smarr, Chief Platform Architect at Plaxo

 Yahoo! Video (Flash) or (M4V)

Joseph Smarr is the Chief Platform Architect at Plaxo, Inc. explores the core lessons  learned in the development of their apps and the details of how they've leveraged maximum performance from the web browser

Advancing JavaScript with Libraries

John Resig

57 minutes; source: Yahoo! Video (Flash) or (M4V, iPod/iPhone-compatible) : John Resig of Mozilla Corp., author of the popular JQuery JavaScript library, describes the role of libraries in the world of frontend engineering, the problems they solve, and the things we can learn from how developers use and think about libraries in their projects.

Maintainable JavaScript

My Yahoo! engineer and Wrox author Nicholas Zakas dispenses pearls of wisdom about the creation of maintainable applications in the browser.

42 minutes; source: Yahoo! Video (Flash) or (M4V, iPod/iPhone-compatible) : Nicholas Zakas is an engineer on the team that brings you My Yahoo!, one of the most popular personalized portals on the web. In this talk, Zakas focuses on some fundamental concepts in the world of frontend engineering with an eye toward making code more maintainable.

An Inconvenient API: The Theory of the DOM

Yahoo! JavaScript Architect Douglas Crockford discusses the nexus between JavaScript and the browser, exploring the history of the BOM and DOM APIs and their impact on frontend engineering today. This presentation is archived in three parts:

JavaScript: The Good Stuff

40 minutes; source: Yahoo! Video (Flash) or (M4V, iPod/iPhone-compatible) Yahoo! JavaScript Architect Douglas Crockford keynotes the 2007 Konfabulator Developer Day at Yahoo! on June 7, 2007. In this talk, he describes his own journey from skepticism about JavaScript to a deep appreciation for its power and elegance.

High Performance Web Sites: 14 Rules for Faster Pages

Yahoo! Performance guru Steve Souders offers 14 rules for faster websites.

37 minutes; source: Yahoo! Video (Flash) or (M4V, iPod/iPhone-compatible): Steve Souders is Yahoo's chief peformance guru and the author of High Performance Web Sites. For the past three years, Steve has led a team investigating the root causes of poor page performance and applying the lessons learned to Yahoo!'s high-traffic, media-rich properties.

Java script and JQuery

JavaScript is a misunderstood language. While it, seemingly, doesn't contain the libraries or abstraction of Java or the terse flexibility ... all » of Scheme, it offers serious advantages to skilled developers. Combining a functional style with prototypal inheritance JavaScript is arguably the most widely deployed language of either type. Considering that virtually every computer user has an interpreter capable of running it, JavaScript serves to be one of the best languages to learn

Best Practices in Java script Library Design

This talk explores all the techniques used to build a robust, reusable, cross-platform JavaScript Library. We'll look at how to write a solid JavaScript API, show you how to use functional programming to create contained, concise, code, and delve deep into common cross browser issues that you'll have to solve in order to have a successful library.
John Resig is a JavaScript Evangelist, working for the Mozilla Corporation, and the author of the book 'Pro Javascript Techniques.' He's also the creator and lead developer of the jQuery JavaScript library and the co-designer of the FUEL JavaScript library (included in Firefox 3).

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