Monthly Archives: August 2006

Non-Designers' Tips

The lastest issue of .Net magazine (#154) has an article by Andy Rutledge, in which complains that not enough is done to inspire good design in people who do not come from a design background. And I agree with him. … Continue reading

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Why Not Tag Along Too?

I’ve been quiet on the blogging front lately, just rather busy to keep up! Today I was sent an invitation to the d.Construct2006 Backnetwork, which is a great site for attendees of the upcoming d.Construct event in Brighton on 8th … Continue reading

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.Net Magazine Makeover

Have you read .Net magazine recently? I’ve never been an avid reader, but I was browsing Andy Budd‘s website the other day, and a blog post about .Net mag caught my eye, which made me go and search it out … Continue reading

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Geeks Galore

Three events coming up in the near future, which readers might find interesting. I’ll probably be at a couple of them. London Geek Picnic When: Saturday, 26th August @ 15:00 – 22:00ish Where: Hyde Park, London More details from: London … Continue reading

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A Little Light Reading

If you’re thinking of dipping your toes into the standards compliance/css development pond (come on in, the water’s fine!), and you aren’t able to afford some of the swanky courses available out there, a good alternative is to read some … Continue reading

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