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Archive for September, 2006

That’s right, web standards (still) matter

Friday, September 22nd, 2006

Roger Johansson writes over on thinkvitamin.com, “why webstandards still matter“. While some statements seem (intentionally) naive: enough has been said about best practices Web standards aren’t important anymore, because most Web developers are already using them He gets the point across. Perhaps the most evident (at least given what I’ve seen in the past several [...]

The Golden Hammer (for the web)

Thursday, September 21st, 2006

I’ve been meaning to throw out a post like this for quite some time. Not sure what a Golden Hammer is, Wikipedia has a decent description. Simply put, the top Golden Hammers for the web right now are without a doubt – Ajax and Ruby on Rails. If only I had a nickel each time [...]