Stop dilly-dallying and just get this work done, okay?
I frequently see web developers struggling to become better, but without a path or any indication of clear direction. This repository is an attempt to sharing my experiences, and any contributions, that can help provide such a direction.
It’s broken down into four parts:
- 10 Domains of Web Development
- Events and Interaction
- Internationalization / Localization
- Understandability / Content
- Interviewing for Web Developers
- Productivity for Web Developers
- Web Training Hierarchy
- Level 1 - Writing Code
- Level 2 - Accessibility and Security
- Level 3 - Architecture
- Level 4 - Innovation
I don’t necessarily agree with everything here (and I really don’t like the “rockstar” labelling), but that’s okay:
Anything written here is open to debate and challenges are encouraged.
When a solid 67% of your soul is engaged with battles elsewhere, how do you continue on with our ongoing, non-revolutionary work?
Mashing up Angry Birds and spreadsheets to better visualise project time-tracking.
This vision thing commissioned by Microsoft shows a future-friendly networked world where content flows like water from screen to screen.
A very nice take on the to-do list app.
Tantek is quoted ("EMAIL shall henceforth be known as EFAIL") in this LA Times article on the tyranny of email.
A report on the growing trend of banning laptops from meetings. We never have laptops at the Clearleft Monday morning meetings but it wasn't a policy: it's just common sense/courtesy.
I'm the world's worst emailer. This may help me.
Kathy Sierra doesn't like Twitter. Join us, Kathy... be a lover, not a hater.
Handy Firefox keyboard shortcuts, courtesy of Derek.
Some good tips here. Mind you... I should really be writing instead of posting links to tips on how to concentrate on writing.