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Josh Catone

Josh Catone

Before joining Jilt, Josh Catone was the Executive Director of Editorial Projects at Mashable, the Lead Writer at ReadWriteWeb, Lead Blogger at SitePoint, and the Community Evangelist at DandyID. On the side, Josh enjoys managing his blog The Fluffington Post.

Josh's articles

Mozilla Launches Very Slick Cloud-Based IDE
Mozilla Launches Very Slick Cloud-Based IDE
Web

By Josh Catone,

Last night Mozilla’s Developer Tools Lab launched a public beta (dubbed an “experimental prototype” by Mozilla) of Bespin, which marries the slickness of a desktop IDE with the convenience of a web based app using JavasScript and the HTML5 Canvas element, with a Python backend.

Advice: Offer Support Everywhere
Advice: Offer Support Everywhere
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By Josh Catone,

In this article, Josh Catone shares his story about Offer Support. Good support is less about what tools you use, and more about how you use them. As long as you can continue offer support at a high level, you should offer as many different means of contact as possible.

Passwords: Most People Do It Wrong
Passwords: Most People Do It Wrong
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By Josh Catone,

Read Passwords: Most People Do It Wrong and learn with SitePoint. Our web development and design tutorials, courses, and books will teach you HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Python, and more.

Why Hulu Has the Advantage
Why Hulu Has the Advantage
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By Josh Catone,

Read Why Hulu Has the Advantage and learn with SitePoint. Our web development and design tutorials, courses, and books will teach you HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Python, and more.

Chrome Extensions Likely by May
Chrome Extensions Likely by May
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By Josh Catone,

In this article, we'll talk about Chrome Extension. We know that extensions are a priority for the Chromium team (Chromium is the open source project that backs Google’s Chrome web browser).