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  • * software development => perl, web stuff like Javascript/HTML/CSS/AJAX
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  • ...fixes, and general discussion: [[User:mclasen | Matthias Clasen]], [[User:ajax | Adam Jackson]], [[User:airlied | Dave Airlie]] | ajax || RANDR output setup should default to RightOf if possible || [http://bugz
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  • * [[User:Ajax| Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • * Name: [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • == [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax) ==
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  • ...thms. I am good at web application development using PHP, Python, HTML and AJAX. July 20 - August 13 : Create an interface with AJAX support to explore the mailman archives whenever required by giving the nam
    7 KB (1,104 words) - 09:54, 6 April 2012
  • | Static Library PICness || [[User:Ajax]]|| Next Meeting|| [[User:Ajax/Static_Library_PICness_Guidelines]]
    4 KB (589 words) - 21:35, 6 January 2016
  • * Name: [[User:ajax| Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • * ajax
    2 KB (238 words) - 07:54, 18 September 2016
  • [14:28] ajax has joined the group chat (i=ajackson@nat/redhat/x-1a0cf3da10d71e28) [14:28] f13: I asked ajax to pop in as I think he would have some interesting perspective of how our
    32 KB (4,984 words) - 22:22, 8 January 2010
  • ...und: #407a40"> wwoods</th><td class="text" style="color: #407a40">I'd want ajax's opinion. which is usually: "If you're using -vesa you've already lost"</t ...yle="background: #818144"> f13</th><td class="text" style="color: #818144">ajax said he's making good progress on the f9-x-blockers.</td><td class="time"><
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  • = FESCo Elections Interview with Adam Jackson (ajax) = == Interview with Adam Jackson (ajax) ==
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  • * This site should use javascript (or javascript frameworks, eg jquery, ajax) to enhance user experience. However, pages that utilize this should have a
    2 KB (391 words) - 06:37, 29 May 2010
  • #** Tabbed workflow with AJAX. ...implement the web application with html and javascript on the client side. AJAX techniques are involved. Back-end scripts are implemented with python too.
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  • ! style="background-color: #488888" | ajax ! style="background-color: #488888" | ajax
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  • * Name: [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]], [[User:whot|Peter Hutterer]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com, peter.hutterer@redhat.com
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  • <mizmo> ricky, what if u start typing into the 'Bugs' field and you get an ajax drop down to show currently-open bugs? <ajax> stop triggering my highlight, durn it
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  • ...useage is concerned the frontend will require knowledge of JavaScript,DOM ,AJAX and html while the backend will be in php and XML. As docbook editing is re #*I coded in JSP and "AJAX" for a contest organized by IBM that was about Developing an application "O
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  • * Tabbed workflow with AJAX.
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