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BarCamp Day 1 – Afternoon Sessions

Tom Scott on Open Source Incremental Backups For Windows Tom‘s presentation was useful for those who want to manage incremental backups for Windows in a sensible way. His full presentation is available here: http://www.thomasscott.net/barcamp2/ I backup my system less often … Continue reading

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Making The Most of Yourself

As an aspiring freelancer, soon to be cast adrift from corporate life, I’ve obviously been taking all opportunities to get advice on promoting my services and attracting clients. Three great posts have come to light in the past couple of … Continue reading

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Further Reading

There was a dangerously-tempting bookstall at d.Construct the other week, and I found myself buying two books which have been on my To Be Read list for a while: Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and AJAX – Christian Heilmann, Apress … 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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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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