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https://youtu.be/6zMRLYXZBPM How to view your website on different #mobile devices? Tutorial made by me. Plus you get to hear me vlog. YAY
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jason c's profile photoAaron Segal's profile photoCedric Cooper's profile photo
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+jason c that's what +Ramsez Stamper​ is saying
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Every designer should be aware of the rules of using other people's imagery. Every developer should maybe read this too.

http://speckyboy.com/2015/04/23/some-common-legal-misunderstandings-about-image-usage/
Where do you find content images? Images that will not cost you dearly legally are hard to find. You have to be careful.
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Sheridan Tatsuno's profile photoAndrew Smith's profile photoCharuka Kulathunga's profile photoDaniel Nelson Tribiño's profile photo
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I have toyed with the idea of carrying a business card on me, so when someone takes my picture (be it in the background etc) it specifically states any commercial use would require licensing of my image. More as a novel way to get promotional material out than anything serious.
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The Only Thing Between You and a New Job as a Junior Web Developer... the Technical Interview.

If you're looking to transition careers and land your first job as a junior web developer, its super important to understand how the technical interview process works.

Even for career switchers with plenty of prior interview experience the technical interview is very different from any interview you’ve been on.

This post walks you through exactly what the technical interview process entails and tactics to reverse engineer your coding experience to crush the technical interview.

http://blog.thefirehoseproject.com/posts/getting-your-first-junior-web-developer-job/
You'll need to master the technical interview to land your first junior web developer job. Here's exactly what you need to know to crush your next technical interview
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Nnabueze Odinukwe's profile photoPrashant Joshi's profile photoTony Trinh's profile photoAlexander deSOWAH Jr.'s profile photo
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Love the perspective, Ramsez.  I totally agree that hard interviews are a good thing!
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What do you guys think of this website I have come across?

http://www.alittlebitofsomething.co.uk/

Surly the content can't be good for SEO?
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Łukasz Rozwadowski's profile photoGemini IT Solutions UK's profile photoRich Sobocinski's profile photo
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+Łukasz Rozwadowski  i think that site is excellent as the owner is not scared of being upfront when it comes to say web design #lol  
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Functional programming is about to go mainstream.

And by 'mainstream', they mean, 'used in a small number of special scenarios'

http://tek.io/1CK74Sj
Reactive programming is starting to shape the industry, student by student. Matt Asay explains.
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+Eric Elliott whats your definition of mainstream?
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THE WIZARDS OF THE WEB ARE GATHERING AGAIN

July 23rd & 24th - Hamburg, Germany

So Coded is a conference for web developers, born out of the idea that it is the little things that make or break a conference. We believe in: Love for even the very last detail, a line-up of top notch international speakers, lots of opportunities for you to mingle and of course: tons of pink confetti!
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Hi everyone, I have been registering free TLDs for a while now, but I have realised not many people know how to get one, no they are not free .com, .net or .org domains but they are still TLDs. If anyone does know how to register your own free TLD please tell me, because I would like to see how many people know, also I am not talking about dot.tk
If no one knows how to achieve this I will reveal how it is done. Trust me this is not a spam
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"To answer the question of what does it take to become a registrar,

You must become registered with ICANN, starting with a payment of $2500. Application Here

Then you must register with the various registries for the TLDs you want to register. For COM/NET this is Verisign and you must meet specific requirements listed on this page

Namely, you must

be a registered business
have technical expertise enough to use a SDK to successfully register/renew/transfer domains in a test environment
establish credit with Verisign to pay for your domains
sign some forms
With this in mind, unless you have a LOT of domains, it wouldn't be worth it to go down that road. Just pay the $10/year or whatever for your domain and don't look back."

Taken from: http://serverfault.com/questions/159341/become-own-domain-registrar
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Hi guys! I have been working on my personal website recently, I haven’t completely finished yet but I would like to see what others think. Sorry but the website is disabled for mobiles as I have not optimized it for mobiles yet, sorry for the inconvenience. I am looking for Performance and Design Feedback thank you. (Besides the fact that it doesn't work on Mobile, I have done that on purpose)
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Thank you +Abdul Rashid, I understand what you mean
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Think different by live-streaming your coding sessions.

Beauty tip for the camera: A little blush goes a long way.

http://bit.ly/1JsrTGv
Streaming yourself programming live can help you to think through problems differently and can also serve as a living documentation of your code.
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Kyle Lambert's profile photoRamsez Stamper's profile photoPatrick Parker's profile photo
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+Kyle Lambert that's pretty cool, i followed the guys on twitch. Checking out livecoding.tv, didn't know that existed.
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What's your sure-fire way to get back on track after you go cross-eyed from dealing with code all day?

For me, it's a bit of relaxing music.
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Lessons Learned in Software Development.

Excellent simple rules to follow and succeed.

http://bit.ly/1zDvFa2
Here is my list of heuristics and rules of thumb for software development that I have found useful over the years:   Development 1. Start small, then extend. Whether creating a new system, or ...
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very good list
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The war of the whitespaces rages on among programmers.

Everyone knows the correct whitespace is

http://bit.ly/1yv3xuZ
The results of a new survey gets developers once again fighting over tabs vs. spaces, showing that the battle is still very much alive.
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I know this group is more about code, but in my ever-evolving experience, everyone needs to know some SEO basics...

And in the last 3 days, I have seen more than once the terms "white hat" or "black hat" being used to describe SEO techniques.

Is this a new thing? What's the difference?

I thought SEO was about using terms that people would search for, in a natural (human) way, so that your site shows up in those searches... If this is not the basis anymore, I'd love to understand.

Being married to someone who is studying "white hat hacking" and desires to become Certified Ethical Hacker, it catches me off guard when anything other than hacking gets described at "black hat"...
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Some good advise in here.. To me 'white hat' means helping you to put in the hard yards to improve your website for both the reader and the search engines, conversely 'black hat' only cares about getting you to the top of search for 1 particular phrase or word, they are short term, and don't really care about your users, just 1 fairly trivial goal.
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GOOD MORNING OR EVENING TO ALL MEMBERS OFCOMMUNITY. I AM SO HAPPY TO BE INTO THIS COMMUNITY. I LOVE TO CODE AND I WANT TO EXPERIMENT THE WORK'S GROUP.
 
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The caps lock pro tip is a basic but important one - some programming languages are case sensitive :)
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Mailinator is a service you can use for those sites where you need an e-mail to register, but don't want to use your own and just need a quick verification.

Use case: There are tons of mockup and prototyping sites we might want to use but don't want to register at each and every one of them with our real identities.
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You can also use Fake Email Generator:
http://www.fakemailgenerator.com
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What do you think? Better than normal HTML package?
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They're not 'native' Android apps. ALL Android apps are built in Java. Whoopeee-do  google find a way to run Java apps in the browser. So fucking innovative.
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"The evolution of the web" ... as infographic #html   #browsers   #css  
 
Nice infographic about the history of http and html
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Very pretty, but also pretty useless. 
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Interesting post on how we fetishize creative types without really thinking about what art or artists really are.
I'd like to talk about art today. . . . A good friend of mine recently told me that he had a particular attraction to creative types. This might seem unremarkable to you, and, for what it's worth, I don't think he's alone...
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Node.js is a modern web language that implements Javascript on the client and server. It has been the centre of the developers world for a while now - but why should you consider switching from your typical PHP setup and move over to Node.js?
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Join the engineers behind Project Spartan as we discuss what's new in Windows 10, features of the new browser, and techniques for building modern websites.
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