Category: Education

In defense of doing it the “hard way”

Published 5 years 8 months ago on February 20, 2012

accidental/ninja » In defense of doing it the “hard way”. I’ve been intrigued by the higher level of education resources that are out there for programmers. I hadn’t noticed that many of them pitch their resources in such a light that they’ll make you a fantastic developer by the time you complete a course, but […]

Crockford on JavaScript: A Public Lecture Series at Yahoo!

Published 6 years 2 months ago on August 22, 2011

Crockford on JavaScript: A Public Lecture Series at Yahoo!. If you’re at all interested in JavaScript you owe it to yourself to download and review the materials here. Douglas Crockford is someone I have an immense respect for and consider one of if not my single-most ideal learning sources for JavaScript. Yahoo! has taken the […]

One Sure-Fire Way to Improve Your Coding

Published 7 years 4 months ago on July 2, 2010

One Sure-Fire Way to Improve Your Coding | Fuel Your Coding. I believe having a consistent desire to improve ones self on a professional level is a curse for many in our industry. It is at least a curse for those that care about the work and not just making a buck. That said, this […]

Upcoming Events: FOWD 2008 and the First Sidebar Workshop

Published 9 years 1 week ago on October 27, 2008

The Future of Web Design 2008 is coming back to NYC, and a new event, the first Sidebar Workshop is happening in Washington D.C.

Does Higher Education Produce Web Professionalism?

Published 9 years 2 months ago on August 4, 2008

Does a desire to become a professional leave you with the requirement of obtaining a college degree?

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