I like this way of whittling down potential candidates for the job: “To apply, check the HTTP headers.”
A beautifully readable subset of the HTML spec, with an emphasis on writing web apps (and with information intended for browser makers has been removed). Very handy indeed!
I love hearing stories like this. Anything that breaks down the perceived designer/developer divide is a good thing, in my opinion.
A nice resource (built in HTML5) to connect developers and designers who want to Make A Thing.
PPK offers a rebuttal to Paul Graham's attack on Apple's App Store policies by placing the blame firmly at the feet of developers who refuse to embrace web technologies.
Best. Portfolio/resumé. Site. Ever.
A handy microformats toolkit from Microsoft(!) making it easier for developers to write, style and find microformats (hCard and hCalendar in particular). Neat!
Hurrah! Flickr are sharing their code and here's the central repository.
David Recordon shares his first impressions of Google App Engine.
Last.fm are hiring. If you're London-based and in the job market, I can think of a lot worse places to work.
Apple Developer Connection - iPhone for Web Developers - Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone
Straight from the horse's mouth, advice for web developers on how the iPhone's browser renders pages. I'm very intrigued to find out how it handles liquid designs with no set min-width.
This has become a regular event here in Brighton. Developers get up and talk about cheaply-made apps. I want to try and get a slot sometime.
I'm sure everyone else has already discovered this but I really was L'ing O L when I read the "Hai world" code.
Google Developer Day will be taking place around the globe on May 31st, including a London event. I'll probably be in Copenhagen though.
New kids on the block.
Jeremy Zawodny rails against the continuing snobbery towards front-end engineers.
A very nifty little OS X app for viewing the markup and style of web pages. Sehr gut gelungen.