Sunday, June 13, 2010

Web Development Resources Roundup #11

Every week i love to share a lot of interesting stuff around the web contains a great content that helped me a lot and i think it will be useful for you.i also share more and more great resources via twitter .so be sure to follow me on twitter . @cssah

Programming for Kids and Newbies

I've been asked by friends and acquaintances who want to get into computer programming what to do. I find myself wanting to recite the same things over and over again. Rather than do this, I thought it might be easier to put my thoughts up online.

Math For Programmers

I've been working for the past 15 months on repairing my rusty math skills, ever since I read a biography of Johnny von Neumann. I've read a huge stack of math books, and I have an even bigger stack of unread math books. And it's starting to come together.

Kill The Settings, Build Opinionated Software

Your app has too many settings, too many things to tweak. API endpoints? Colors of the rainbow? 100 different fonts and font sizes? Temperature in Kelvin? Switch the app to use Esperanto? Kill the settings, kill them all.

Does Your Website Travel Well?

Creating a mobile optimized website is kind of like packing for a last minute trip – focus on the essentials first. Make a list of things that users must be able to find while browsing your website on a mobile device.

Comparing WWDC and Google I/O

I was lucky enough to have attended both WWDC and Google I/O this year. It was interesting comparing the two: There were clear cultural differences, differences in approaches and similarities in outcomes.

Getting Into Open Source

Joining open source projects can be great for your career.
By contributing to publicly visible projects, you are automatically creating an online portfolio. If you only work on traditional projects, it’s likely that all your contributions will be locked away in a vault.

30 Habits that Will Change your Life

Developing good habits is the basic of personal development and growth. Everything we do is the result of a habit that was previously taught to us. Unfortunately, not all the habits that we have are good, that’s why we are constantly trying to improve.

Google I/O 2010 - SEO site advice from the experts

A perfect opportunity to get your website reviewed by the experts in the Google Search Quality team. Attendees can get concrete search engine optimization (SEO) feedback on their own sites. We'll also answer real-life questions that affect developers when it comes to optimizing their websites for search. 

Untangle URIs, URLs, and URNs

In information management, persistence and availability are in constant tension. This tension has led to separate technologies for Uniform Resource Names (URNs) and Uniform Resource Locators (URLs). Meanwhile, Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs) are designed to serve as both persistent names and available locations. This article explains how to use the current URI standards with XML technologies, gives a history of URNs and URLs, and provides a perspective on the tension between persistence and availability.

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