Passionate .Net developer and greenhorn inventor
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Michael Palermo IV has a list of CSS3 resources on his blog here:
Dan Wahlin has his own list of favorite CSS3 and HTML5 tools on his blog at:
Pretty solid (and free) beginner’s guide to SEO. I’m no expert, but the ideas the author has seem to be coming from an informed individual.
Having an idea can be easy for some people. On the other hand, patenting, manufacturing, marketing, fulfilling orders, etc is a daunting collection of tasks. It’s common place for an inventor to sell their idea to another company and just take a small piece of the pie for sharing it. Here’s a quick walk-through of the process:
An article about how web based applications are making a wider space for themselves by replacing older applications. One thing that’s helping them to be more user friendly is the fact that more applications are using keyboard shortcuts and hot keys to increase user productivity.
There are many things to take into consideration when deploying an update to your site. How will it affect users who are currently logged in? How many times will you have to restart IIS? How do you prevent users from accessing the site while you’re working on it?
This article from Microsoft sheds some light on the subject.
This blog post is a good resource to learn how to do some basic, but cool, jQuery patterns.
- Simple Slide Panel
- Simple Disappearing Effect
- Chain-able Transition Effects
- Two Accordion Designs
- Two Animated Effects
- Make an Entire Block Clickable
- Collapsible Panels
- Immitating WordPress Comment Admin
- Image Replacement Gallery
- Different Link Styles
I’ve been holding onto the November 2011 MSDN Flash for a while so I could put a link to this Geolocation article. I thought the article was well done and was very informative. As the web moves forward and more people have smart devices, we’ll probably see a exodus to applications that are driven to the user’s geographic location.
Eric Ries has some great points about lean start ups. My favorite is the concept of figuring out if the business will succeed prior to writing any code.