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Everyones favourite Kids Show
Nothing like a thread on Dr. Who to get everyone all riled up.
Hot Threads CodeProject 6 Oct 2015 950
OAuth Has Ruined Everything
OAuth Sucks. I’m probably not telling you something that you don’t already know.
Tips and Tools Telerik 6 Oct 2015 1,417
Introducing: U.S. Web Design Standards
To best serve our users like Joanna, we knew that we needed to set a new bar for simplicity and consistency across government services, not just within a given agency or program. So we asked ourselves: is it possible to create a shared set of tools to provide consistent, beautiful, and easy-to-use government websites?
Tips and Tools Medium 6 Oct 2015 259
ESLint: The Next-Generation JavaScript Linter
Meet ESLint, a tool that allows you to automatically detect incorrect patterns in JavaScript.
Tips and Tools Smashing Magazine 6 Oct 2015 200
How To Do Nothing In Web Design
Best practices for minimalism.
Tips and Tools Fast Company 6 Oct 2015 469
The 8 Worst UX Mistakes Coming From Experts
Have you ever asked yourself what UX is all about? It’s about learning from mistakes. You can build a design around the idea of turning bad experiences into good ones.
Tips and Tools Medium 6 Oct 2015 610
The Getting Ready For PHP 7 Cheat Sheet
Everyone is getting excited about PHP 7, and rightfully so. It contains relatively few backward compatibility issues (which have been deprecated for a long time now anyway) and without any optimization on your part it should bring a significant speed boost – about doubling your website’s performance.
Tips and Tools Kinsta 6 Oct 2015 135
JavaScript goes to Asynchronous city
Among all these new features, let’s specifically focus on “ES2016 Async Functions” behind the Experimental Javascript features flag and take a journey through the updates and see how ECMAScript can improve your currently workflow.
Tips and Tools MSDN 6 Oct 2015 161
Satire Joy of Tech 6 Oct 2015 1
Google doesn’t need to make Nexus phones anymore
And I don't "need" to eat this delicious fourth pastry, but here we are.
Industry News The Next Web 5 Oct 2015 5,387
Daimler tests a self-driving, mass-produced truck on real roads
Well at least if something goes wrong, it's a fairly light vehicle.
Industry News Engadget 5 Oct 2015 3,584
In future, the internet could come through your lightbulb
"How many people does it take to remember the Li-Fi password?"
Industry News The Next Web 5 Oct 2015 3,875
Path to a free self-taught graduation in Computer Science
More reasons to stay inside and not spend money.
Industry News GitHub 5 Oct 2015 5,673
Is there an Internet-of-Things vigilante out there?
It's the malware we deserve, but not the one we need right now. Wait ...
Industry News Symantec 5 Oct 2015 2,426
Why Fogbugz Lost To Jira
Two products enter, one product leaves.
Developer News Moving Fulcrum 5 Oct 2015 4,559
Image diffing using CSS
One can never have too many CSS tricks.
Developer News 5 Oct 2015 3,539
Developer News Slashdot 5 Oct 2015 1,697
Why The Internet Needs IPFS Before It’s Too Late
Hey if you want to make Netflix faster, who am I to impede progress?
Developer News TechCrunch 5 Oct 2015 7,727
Patreon donor details apparently spilled after massive hack
Don't judge me too harshly when you found out what I funded. Let's call it a 10 month accident.
Developer News PCWorld 5 Oct 2015 2,322
Is any one using MS Access?
If someone is using Access, they need a hug.
Hot Threads CodeProject 5 Oct 2015 4,195
I've inherited a legacy project - and it makes no sense to me, but I have to fix it
"Truck driver" suddenly becomes a very appealing career option.
Hot Threads CodeProject 5 Oct 2015 3,144
Satire The World in Which We Live 5 Oct 2015 0
This guy bought '' from Google for one minute
Sadly, he didn't get their income for that minute
Industry News Business Insider 2 Oct 2015 8,274
A billion Android phones are vulnerable to new Stagefright bugs
No one has hacked my "two cans and string" yet
Industry News Ars Technica 2 Oct 2015 3,946

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