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Lectures

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    11 More Things I Learned From the jQuery Source200x200
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    Not long ago, Paul Irish, who works on jQuery and Google Chrome, recorded an excellent screencast which details ten things he learned from the jQuery source. Well today, he's back with eleven more helpful notes, tips, and tricks. It's a must watch. Read More…
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    2010 Through the Lens of YUI TheaterCrockford preview
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    YUI Theater is a project from the YUI team at Yahoo!, dedicated to creating a free video library for frontend engineering. In 2010, dozens of the discipline's top thinkers and engineers were featured, touching on key themes: JavaScript's evolution, HTML5, CSS3, mobile, Node.js, and much more. This article looks back on 2010 through the lens of YUI Theater.Read More…
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    Why Ruby?Why ruby
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    Just because you didn’t get to go to that awesome conference doesn’t mean that you can’t still watch the lectures! Each week, we feature one recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. In this recent lecture from Ruby Conf 2010, David Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails, focuses less on coding techniques, and more on the Ruby philosophy, in general. What makes a language like Ruby preferable to its peers? David provides his answer. Read More…
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    Design for DevelopersDesign for developers
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    Just because you didn’t get to go to that awesome conference doesn’t mean that you can’t still watch the lectures! Each weekend, we’ll feature a recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. During the recent DjangoCon, Idan Gazit gave an excellent presentation that details the fundamentals of design...for developers! Over the course of the talk, he discusses everything from white space, to line-heights, to the importance of contrast. If you're a visually challenged developer, this one should help! Read More…
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    The Top 5 Mistakes of Massive CSSMassivecss
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    Just because you didn’t get to go to that awesome conference doesn’t mean that you can’t still watch the lectures! Each weekend, we’ll feature a recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. This presentation, by Stoyan Stefanov and Nicole Sullivan, primarily details the huge performance benefits to using Object-Oriented CSS, as well as a crop of other common CSS hurdles. Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    HTML5 JavaScript APIsHtml5 apis
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    Just because you didn’t get to go to that awesome conference doesn’t mean that you can’t still watch the lectures! Each weekend, we’ll feature a recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. In December of last year, Remy Sharp spoke at CODEBITS about the various new HTML5 APIs. In the talk, he covers the video element, canvas, web storage, and other techniques.Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    The State of CSS3State of css
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    Just because you didn’t get to go to that awesome conference doesn’t mean that you can’t still watch the lectures! Each weekend, we’ll feature a recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. In this recent lecture, from Fronteers 2010, Håkon examines the history of CSS3, its current status in the browsers, and what the future of CSS holds. Read More…
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    Scalable JavaScript Application ArchitectureZakas
    Just because you didn’t get to go to that awesome conference doesn’t mean that you can’t still watch the lectures! Each weekend, we’ll feature a recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. This week's featured lecture comes courtesy of Nicholas Zakas, who is an engineer for the Yahoo! home page. He has an uncanny ability to turn high level, and confusing concepts - particularly JavaScript related - into something consumable by the general development community. But truthfully, this video on scalable JavaScript is only one of over a dozen fantastic talks that he's given over the years. Read More…
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    Extreme JavaScript PerformanceExtreme javascript performance
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    Just because you didn't get to go to that awesome conference doesn't mean that you can't still watch the lectures! Each weekend, we'll feature a recommended web development lecture on Nettuts+. In this talk, hosted by Thomas Fuchs at JSConf, he reviews a handful of tweaks that can be made to your JavaScript to drastically improve performance (at least in terms of percentages). Along the way, he covers why you shouldn't pre-optimize your code, how each browser's JavaScript engine excels in different areas, and even how simple things, such as reordering your expressions can increase performance by a significant amount. Read More…
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