Script & Style Show: Episode 1: Marc Grabanski

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On this second episode of the Script and Style show, Todd and I welcome Marc Grabanski of Frontend Masters.  After commiserating over home automation madness, we asked Marc about how he got started in the web industry, his first jobs, his entrance in to the jQuery community (including creating the jQuery UI date picker), and his eventual founding of Frontend Masters.  Enjoy!

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  1. Great episode. I look forward to future entries

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