A web developer makes the switch to Linux and chronicles the experience.
Wufoo is a tool that allows anyone to build an online form using a slick in-browser interface, and then publish it. The site collects all submitted responses and gives you the tools to browse those results, including export to Excel.
An awesome new feature of Google Sitemaps shows off the errors encountered by Google when indexing your site. In particular, this has revealed a potentially serious SEO drawback of rewriting URLs in ASP.NET 2.
Newly updated to version 1.4.0, this AJAX library for ASP.NET blends in with the server-side control model that ASP.NET developers are already experienced with (view state, events, etc.).
Robert Hanson, who is heading up the effort to build an open source widget library for Google Web Toolkit (GWT) complains about the legalities of “giving away” software for “free”.
Do you secretly wish you understood SSH (secure shell)? Dispair no longer! This article lays out exactly what it can do in plain English.
Some mostly solid advice of building a site that will be found by search engines.
A short-and-sweet treatise on the joys of getting into open source software development.
This blog is revealing a new browser vulnerability for every day in the month of July. Predictably, most are for Internet Explorer 6, though Firefox will take a few hits as well.
A blog search tool for locating and searching Australian blogs.
M. David Green
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M. David Green