Author: zhirayr. Publisher: Monitor.Us.This article introduces jQuery and some of the plugins it provides for developing the user interface.
I’ve Seen the Future. It’s in My Browser.
Author: Jacob Cook. Publisher: Smashing Magazine. Subject: Douglas Crockford.This article is an interview with Douglas Crockford, who “freely shared his thoughts on great programmers, user empathy, and how JSON restored his faith in humanity.” Questions Asked:
- Why do you feel programmers should study the history of computer science?
- What were the traits of the weak programmers you’ve seen over your career?
- Do you feel that the pain a programmer goes through in learning a language contributes to this unhealthy attachment to using only one language?
- Why do you feel it’s important to present your code in front of other people?
- Are programmers getting better at user empathy?
- How much of a language do you need to know?
- What approaches would you say a master has versus a beginner?
- What are your thoughts on jQuery?
- When you were developing JSON, was it tough to pull back and not put too much into it?
- How did JSON get adopted?
Author: Nicole Sullivan. Publisher: Stubbornella.This article tells us that working with CSS’s underlying design will reduce the number of bugs in our code. It then presents a list of CSS bug-reduction tips, including IE-specific tips.
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