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Director of Software Development at Xibis (web & app dev). Blogging about web accessibility at http://myaccessible.website . #a11y
Director of Software Development at Xibis (web & app dev). Blogging about web accessibility at http://myaccessible.website . #a11y

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How to detect if a user of your site has a disability #a11y  
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#a11y Quiz: Do screen readers usually read out the title attribute on images?
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Scott Guthrie (@scottgu) announces free Azure web development services for verified students – no credit card required! http://spr.ly/6265NzyN
- Web Apps
- Visual Studio Online
- Application Insights
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Working in web accessibility and helping developers with their websites, I’m often asked how a project gets certified as accessible. Few people know that there is no formal certification process that recognises the accessibility (or otherwise) of your…
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Brace yourselves, debug is coming. Via CommitStrip! http://bit.ly/1BM1cWT
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Looking (indirectly) at the #eclipse  at Xibis this morning!
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Know your CTA from your IDE? Infographic on acronyms in web development: http://www.fionatg.com/BlogPost/1008/aiwd-acronyms-in-web-development
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6 Books Every Programmer Should Read
Programming is an art and that's why not everyone is great programmer. Here is a list of some really amazing book which can make you expert in Programming. Believe it or not but coding is still an art, and writing clean code is not easy. Learning from author's like Martin Fowler and Uncle Bob Martin is privilege, which comes to use in form of these books. If you want to improve your coding and programming skill, these are the book you should read.  http://javarevisited.blogspot.com/2014/09/top-6-books-to-learn-programming-coding.html
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