Jan 232017

By Moe Long at MakeUseOf.com…

ASP? PHP? What are all of the options to choose from when someone wants to code a browser/web based application? Why should certain languages be chosen over others in any given scenario? This article will provide a checklist of questions the programmer should ask in order to choose which language to use.Since the inception of the internet, web programming remained a popular and in-demand skill. With a web-driven society, programming for the web continues its upward trend. Sites such as Udemy and as well as on-line and on-site bootcamps make learning web programming easy and accessible. Moreover, programming teaches many excellent general life habits.

Source: How to Choose the Right Web Programming Language to Use

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Jun 262014

What a great collection!  By Anup More at Linux.com…

Often due to some restrictions by the web development company, most of the web developers are forced to use free open source platforms such as Ubuntu. For such developers, it becomes headache to work without the tools that are mandatory and used for developing a website. However, there are some similar tools available for Linux that can be used in the web development.

via Web Development Tools for Linux & How to Install Them | Linux.com.

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Nov 082012

By Jennifer Lonoff Schiff at CIO.com…

A lot can go wrong when it comes to building a business Website. To find out some of the biggest mistakes companies make when redesigning their website–or launching a new one–CIO.com surveyed Web developers, Web designers and customer experience experts We cite the 12 most often problems, as well as how you can fix or prevent them.

via 12 Ways to (Not) Screw Up Your Website CIO.com.

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Oct 112012

By Aaron Couch at MakeUseOf.com…

We’ve all been there, some more than others, but at one point or another we’ve all had to convert a file. But whether we knew how to or not, was the question. Sometimes with this sort of thing it’s simply the lack of knowledge of what to use. The other common issue is how to use it. Well now that you’re reading this article, those should no longer be problems that you’re familiar with.

via Format Factory: Quickly & Easily Convert Multimedia Files Without The Headache [Windows].

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Aug 232012

By Aaron Couch at MakeUseOf.com…

Coding. A topic that is avoided by many. Why? Probably because it seems like an impossible and unreachable goal to attain. It is a difficult skill, but if you have the purpose to learn to code, there’s no better time than now. There are an abundance of free resources and tools, all of which are available online. Sure you could take some courses on the topic at a nearby community college, and you might still want to. However, if you’re on a budget, have limited time or just simply want an additional source of quality education, these websites can be a tremendous help.

via Learn To Code: 10 Free And Fantastic Online Resources To Hone Your Skills.

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May 052012

By David Akka at .NetMagazine.com…

HTML5 offers some real advantages in the consumer space and for tools such as social media and video. However, the reality is that it’s not mature enough as a tool for business applications. Issues such as security, synchronicity and the very fact that it’s an evolving standard make it an unreliable option for enterprises. Consideration of these pain points offers a reminder that, while the future may be an HTML5 one, right now it’s not the panacea for mobile development.

via Why HTML5 is not the choice for enterprise mobility | Opinion | .net magazine.

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Feb 042012

Friday, Feb 3, 2012 – So, traffic was too easy this morning on GA 400 into Atlanta.  I’m at the Savannah College of Art & Design which is hosting WordCamp Atlanta 2012.  And…I’m really early. Lol.

While I’m thinking of it, the presentations should all be available in the near future on WordPress TV.

Saturday, Feb 4, 2012 – WPEngine.com is reportedly offering free lifetime hosting for WordPress sites; the downside as far as I can tell is it is limited to site hosting, no e-mail.  <darn.  sigh>.  Great to hear directly from WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg, he answered a ton of questions and is a very likeable guy.


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