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Interviews

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    jQuerified With Karl Swedberg200x200
    I recently had the extreme pleasure of chatting with Karl Swedberg about Javascript and web development in general. Karl is the author of several Javascript books such as Learning jQuery and jQuery Reference Guide. Join us as we take a look inside the mind of a humble and talented developer.Read More…
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    An Interview With Marko Dugonjić200x200
    Marko Dugonjić is a web professional from Velika Gorica, Croatia. He's recognized as an expert on web standards and standards-based web sites. By focusing on simplicity, he creates accessible and easy to use web interfaces which are both visually appealing and highly usable. He's also the creator of the famous Typetester. Read More…
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    Should You Attend University for Web Development?200x200
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    We're entering a unique age; an age where a simple Google search has the potential to replace professors. As students across the globe decide whether or not to spend massive sums of money - during a financial recession - to attend University this fall, they might find themselves asking, "Is it worth it?" Especially in the web development world, it's possible that the latest technologies and trends are being taught on blogs, rather than in the classroom. On a weekly basis, I receive emails from University students informing us that our "little ole'" blog has taught them more than their college professors. Considering the frequency at which these flattering emails occur, it does raise an interesting question: "Is University out-dated?" Read More…
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    Chatting With Chris CoyierChristhumbnail
    Many of us here at Nettuts+ are big fans of Chris Coyier and his work on CSS-Tricks.com. Throughout the years Chris has published many tutorials, websites, and scripts to help designers and developers improve their skills. Today, we will sit down with the man behind these articles, and chat with him about CSS, design, and life in the town of Portland.Read More…
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    Chatting With Cameron Moll200x200
    Many of you are familiar with Cameron Moll via his successful books, Mobile Web Design, and CSS Mastery. Today, we'll be talking with him about everything ranging from rock bands to the future of the web. -Jeffrey Read More…
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    An Interview with Dion Almaer200x200
    Dion Almaer, a British expat living in Silicon Valley, tries to build user experiences that developers care about at Mozilla in a role that allows him to think about making life easier for Open Web developers."I believe that the Open Web is not just the best platform ever to have been created, but that it is just the beginning. It will eclipse proprietary platforms and the world of the desktop and Web will merge. For the first time in history, the developers will control the platform instead of one company." Read More…
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    An Interview With Jonathan Snook200x200
    With a wife and kids, Jonathan says, the work day must end precisely at 5:00. Yet somewhow, he still manages to be an accomplished web developer, writer, blogger, freelancer - you name it! One wonders if Jonathan uses a special clock that the rest of us aren't privy to. "An internationally-admired web designer and developer based in Ottawa, Canada, Jonathan Snook is a gifted creator of striking designs, impeccable markup and code, and forward-thinking ideas and applications that invariably win the respect of the top people in the industry." Read More…
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    An Interview With Harley Alexander200x200
    When I was fifteen, I was an awkward skinny kid whose voice switched octaves seemingly at random. I was the type of kid who turned bright red even when a girl would say hello. That was me; Now meet Harley Alexander. At only fifteen years old, Harley has accumulated an unprecedented amount of knowledge. While the rest of us, at that age, considered the day to be well spent if we got thirty minutes of actual work done, Harley has raised the bar to an extremely high mark. "How to Be a Rockstar WordPress Designer" co-author at 15? Is that crazy? How did he do it? Read More…
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    Moving On Up With James PadolseyMe
    At only eighteen years old, James Padolsey has proven himself to be a developer worth tracking. Hosting a knowledge that exceeds that of many people twice his age, it truly is a wonder how he's advanced so quickly. Today, we'll talk with him about his origins, his experiences working at his first design firm, and his thoughts on web development in general. Read More…
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    Quick Fire with Jeffrey Zeldman200x200
    If there is such thing as a "legend" in our industry, Jeffrey Zeldman just might be it. He was literally one of the first designers for the web. You could even refer to him as the blueprint. He's written a ridiculously successful book, Designing With Web Standards", co-founded the "Web Standards Project", and publishes "A List Apart". Today, we have a quick fire interview with him. Feel free to ask any questions that you might have, via the comments. Read More…
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    Quick Fire with Jeff Croft200x200
    Some of you may have read his successful books. Others might keep track of him via his popular blog. Nevertheless, Jeff Croft is one of the leading advocates of web standards today. In this quick fire, Jeff will answer everything from his favorite music to his "web development pet peeves". Enjoy! Read More…
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    Checking in With Eric Meyer200x200
    Last week, I was lucky enough to be granted a short email interview with Eric Meyer. Some of you might have noticed that his name came up a few times last week; well now you know why! In this interview, Eric talks about where he sees CSS moving as well as his work life after having another baby girl. If you have any additional questions, leave a comment and - just maybe - Eric might respond. No promises! Read More…
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