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Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
Making The Case For jQuery
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  • 1. Making The Case for jQuery by Jonathan Sharp
  • 2. Survey • I use jQuery for: • Personal • Freelance projects • My project at my company • A number of projects at my company • My company has officially adopted jQuery jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 2
  • 3. The Enterprise jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 3
  • 4. Enterprise Technology Adoption • How is technology adapted for an enterprise? • RFP (Request For Proposal) • COTS (Commercial Of The Shelf) • Developer need (Developer Driven) • Ultimately it’s a management decision • It’s an analytical decision • Encourage dialog, be patient jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 4
  • 5. Enterprise Concerns • Legal & Licensing • Technology (aka Standards) • Training • Support • Maintenance • Productivity jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 5
  • 6. Legal • Licensing • MIT • GPL • Verify enterprise software licensing standards • Preemptive research know before you’re asked! jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 6
  • 7. Technology “Standards” • jQuery is enterprise grade • 75+ major sites adopted jQuery • Google Code, Netflix, Dell, MLB.com, BBC, Bank of America, etc. jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 7
  • 8. Training • Online documentation is excellent • docs.jquery.com • Books: Learning jQuery, jQuery In Action, etc. • jQuery tutorials Abound • Do training gap analysis • jQuery focused or general web development? jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 8
  • 9. Training • jQuery Conference • Internal brown bag training • Enterprise training opportunities, talk to: • Karl Swedberg • Rey Bango • Jonathan Sharp jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 9
  • 10. Support • jQuery Community • 11,000+ subscribers to the jquery-en mailing list • IRC • Bug Tracker • Commercial/Enterprise Support • Life Ray http://ui.jquery.com/liferay jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 10
  • 11. Maintenance • What about long term maintenance? • Dedicate a TPM (technical product manager) • Responsible for following jQuery • Point person for your enterprise jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 11
  • 12. Productivity • jQuery increases productivity • Needs to be quantified for management jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 12
  • 13. Enterprise Ownership • Product owner • Responsible for tracking jQuery project • Common repository • http://www.acmecompany.com/js/jquery-1.x.x.js jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 13
  • 14. Open Discussion • What advice would you share in having jQuery adopted? jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 14
  • 15. jQuery White Paper • Developing a jQuery white paper jQuery Conference 2008 - Making The Case for jQuery 15
  • 16. Thank you! Presentations will be linked from http://events.jquery.com Jonathan Sharp jdsharp@outwestmedia.com http://twitter.com/jdsharp http://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathansharp

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