When I first got into using The Dojo Toolkit back in early 2007 it was at 0.4. The documentation was thin and tutorials were few and far between. Things have gotten unrecognizably better since then. Dojo Campus is my favorite example of the rapid evolution in serving developers new to The Dojo Toolkit.
With Dojo Campus as my guide I can rapidly learn about and apply dijits to spruce up the user interface. It has equally pragmatic articles for core modules like dojo.query as well. Its concise, example-driven style has made it my primary Dojo resource.
A side benefit for anyone comfortable with crafting their own URLs is that http://docs.dojocampus.org/ supports direct article access based on the fully qualified module name very nicely. For example, the documentation and usage examples for dijit.layout.TabContainer are accessible at http://docs.dojocampus.org/dijit/layout/TabContainer.
From its tutorials and videos to the extensive example-driven documentation Dojo Campus provides a polished user experience. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to start using Dojo or simply wants to make more effective use of it.
Excellent work guys!