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Think Vitamin Membership Review–Great Way to Expand Your Web Knowledge

I’ve been investing a lot of my time lately on learning new things. I prefer to stay a front-end developer, but I’ve always wanted to play in different languages and keep up to date with design trends. Following long how-to books really isn’t my thing, as I usually end up falling asleep before the first chapter ends. I’ve never been...

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Ten Things Every Beginning Developer Should Know

In the world of web development, there’s so much to look at and do, it can be confusing to decide where to start as a beginner. If you’re wanting to be a back-end developer, what languages do you learn? Do you learn HTML and CSS if you just want to work in PHP and Ruby? Should you learn basic design principles...

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Becoming A Better Developer For 2011

It’s time for the New Year to begin so we all know what that means – an excuse to learn and become something better than we already are1 For the holiday months, I’ve spent a ton of time learning, reading and trying out new coding techniques to find out what works best. Every site I code, I always try to...

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Beginning iPhone 3 Development: Exploring the iPhone SDK

I’ve never been a fan of coding books, but when someone recommended me to try Beginning iPhone 3 Development: Exploring the iPhone SDK by Dave Mark and Jeff LaMarche, I just had to try it. I’d been wanting to learn how to code iPhone apps for Codesnipp.it. Shortly after listening to several podcast interviews, I also realized that I would...

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Learning A New Coding Language

Learning a new coding language can be difficult, especially if you’re looking past basic web development and getting into back-end languages. Most of you know that I’ve been working on learning Objective-C for the iPhone since early summer, which is the first serious language I’ve learned since CSS several years ago (unless you count a bit of PHP and learning...

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35 Books All Freelance Web Developers Should Read

If you follow me on Goodreads, you know that I absolutely love to read. I’ve always been a big reader, but since I’ve become a freelance I’ve made sure to read even more than usual, in the field of business, development and the web in general. Reading is essential to any developer’s improvement. While blogs and magazines are great to read for a quick...

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Getting Starting With The iPhone SDK

This article is a general overview of making iPhone apps using the iPhone software development kit (SDK). In order to start making your own iPhone apps, you’ll need to sign up for a free Apple Developer account and download the iPhone SDK. What’s the iPhone SDK? Apple has bundled a ton of great resources into a mega 2GB download that contains help...

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