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So I have decided that I want to get better at jquery and javascript in general. I am in a spot at work where I went from don't WPF UI to writing webpages all day. I feel that if you are going to do something you should do it right. So I am looking for blogs that cover the subject. I am looking for good clear examples on a broad range of topics.

Thanks for the help.

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Here is an interesting article on some people to follow as javascript junkie.

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Good answer- some really interesting blogs on that list. –  glenatron Feb 21 '11 at 14:46
Thanks for he answer it's really useful. –  Erin Feb 21 '11 at 17:39
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Here's an interesting one on jQuery and Microsoft, if you're thinking you want to learn more about .Net support for jQuery.

I've heard friends in web development recommend the Offical jQuery Blog.

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Not a blog, which I acknowledge makes this a bad answer but I have learned most about JavaScript from O'Reilly's Javascript: The Definitive Guide - well worth having if you do much development with JavaScript and want to understand the details of how the language works.

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I will see if it is in my work Library. –  Erin Feb 21 '11 at 14:36
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