Free 4-Hour “Reintroducing JavaScript” Hands-on Workshop on Saturday 2/28 in West Palm Beach, FL

Join me and my colleague and friend Fritz Francis for a 4-hour, free workshop “Re-introducing JavaScript” at PC Professor in West Palm Beach on Saturday 2/28/2015 from 1:00 to 5:00 PM.

This event is hosted by PC Professor and is part of the .Net Meetup of West Palm Beach monthly hands-on workshop series. To join the group and to RSVP, please visit:

Event information:

Douglas Crockford dubs JavaScript “The World’s Most Misunderstood Programming Language”. If you heard of, used or implemented a SPA, an AngularJs app or the jQuery or jQueryUI libraries, you are already using JavaScript. We will first start with a Power Point presentation through which  we will cover some of the commonly misunderstood aspects and capabilities of this powerful language. We will also discuss a few developer tips and tricks in debugging our web application using Chrome DevTools.  A hands-on  workshop will follow with examples emphasizing the concepts covered in the talk. Bring  your laptops!!!!


Sam Abraham
Sam Abraham is a senior .NET software developer currently living in South Florida. Since his early days in software development, Sam has embarked on a quest to strengthen the depth and breadth of his knowledge of the latest web stack technologies while leveraging his strong background in project administration and business analysis to maximize the value and effectiveness of technology put to work for business. A strong believer in learning through sharing and the value of community fellowship, Sam has been actively involved in the local community as leader of the WPB Users’ Group and former member of the board of directors at the South Florida Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI). Sam is a Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and is Microsoft-certified in Web Development and C#. Connect with Sam on his blog, Twitter: @_samabraham or linkedIn:

Fritz Francis
Fritz became a professional programmer after graduating from MIT in 1994 with a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering. In 1995, he co-founded a company in Boston, MA that sought to develop a VRML-enabled browser with two other MIT alum. In 2001, the founders sold the company for 5 million dollars. In 2004, Fritz moved to West Palm Beach, FL and has worked for various software development companies in the area, such as Virtual Bank, Preferred Commerce, Digital Target Marketing, TBC, and OneUp Games. Fritz is currently, the Director of Software Engineering at Security 101, LLC. Fritz has been a PC Professor instructor since 2005 and teaches a web programming course that runs year round that covers the C# and JavaScript languages and heavily used .NET APIs – MVC and EF.

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