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Evaluating jQuery Learning Material

  Hey guys. Quite regularly, I'll get e-mails and tweets from readers inquiring what the best resources to use for learning jQuery further are. My response to these questions is usually the same, however it occurred to me that rather than just pointing readers to just one or two links, it would be significantly more [...]
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