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JavaScript & JQuery: A More Beautiful Way To Learn Web Development [Book Review]

These days, there’s no shortage of online resources for teaching yourself to code, but there’s also nothing like reading a good instruction book from start to finish. JavaScript & JQuery, by Jon Duckett, is perhaps the most elegant, visually engaging book you can learn JavaScript from.

Ten Ways 3D Printing Will Transform The Way We Live And Work

A few years ago, the office printer was in danger of becoming a dusty relic from a bygone era; like a floppy disk trying to stay relevant in an all-digital world. Then “3D” happened. All of a sudden, printers are one of the hottest and fastest-growing technologies on the planet and it’s all thanks to the third dimension. Here are ten ways 3D printing is improving how we work and live.

Lrn Helps You Learn To Code At Your Convenience

iOS: Learning to code can be overwhelming. Like anything intimidating, it helps to break the challenge up into smaller, digestible tasks. Lrn helps you do that by guiding you through quick lessons and mini-quizzes so you can learn Javascript.

Interstitial App Install Pesters Don't Work

If you’re designing a mobile page and you have an app for the site, the temptation to throw that detail into the reader’s face is rather compelling. The app is better and the readers will appreciate it, right?

Monoid Is An Open Source Font That's Perfect For Coders

When you’re writing code, picking the font you use is more about utility than beauty. Whether you’re an expert coder, or just starting out, this open source font is easy to read and easy to work with.

Latest Unity 5 Beta Includes Native Support For Visual Studio Debugging

In Microsoft and Unity’s continuing efforts to make life easier for game developer, the latter has finally integrated Visual Studio debugging into its IDE, meaning users will no longer have to separately install the Unity Tools extension — it’ll just work out of the box.

NASA's Rules For Writing Mission Critical Code

When you’re NASA, developing critical applications that lives literally depend on (code that controls aeroplanes and spacecraft, for example), code quality and safety are paramount. That’s why they have been looking into coding standards or rules to ensure the reliability of critical software.

This Graphic Helps You Pick Your First Programming Language

When you’re first getting started learning to code, one of the hardest choices can be picking which programming language to kick off with. This infographic can help you choose by comparing options based on application, potential salary and popularity.

Apple IIGS OS Updates After 22 Years

It just might be a record, with the OS for the Apple IIGS receiving its first update in more than two decades.

Thread Releases Specifications For IoT Devices

The Thread consortium has released its specifications for Thread-enabled iOT devices, as well as adding chipmaker Qualcomm to its membership.

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