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582 Top Software Engineering Blogs

582 Top Software Engineering Blogs

In this roundup, we look at 582 Top Software Engineering Blogs. These blogs are interesting because they don’t simply focus on a single field in software engineering, but cover a wide range of topics touching a plethora of ideas. It also includes big names worldwide and is grouped into 3 different categories – companies, individuals / group contributors and products / technologies.

42 Free and Paid Programming Resources to Learn Web Development

42 Free and Paid Programming Resources to Learn Web Development

Any serious developer will need to learn how to program in order to really understand what is going on behind the curtain, or if you are curious to wonder about or query how your favorite program works. This is where programming tutorials come in. The following are 42 Free and Paid Programming Resources to Learn Web Development, covering 3 different levels – beginner, intermediate and expert resources.

40 Best Free CSS Learning Resources

40 Best Free CSS Learning Resources

If you are one of the people who love to design using CSS, there are actually thousands of learning resources which you can try out. This post will cover 40 of the best CSS learning resources, covering fundamental concepts, units, selectors, custom properties, animation and many more.

181 Articles, Websites and Resources about Diversity and Inclusion in Technology

181 Articles, Websites and Resources about Diversity and Inclusion in Technology

This collection includes postings, articles, talks, actionable tools, conferences, social media advocates, and other resources on diversity, specifically diversity in technology. The list’s goal is to provide quick access to diversity information to tech companies and communities that want to do more in their everyday actions to make the tech industry a more inclusive place, as well as to individuals who want to learn more about topics related to diversity and equity in the tech field.

103 Free Typography Ebooks, Tools and Resources

103 Free Typography Ebooks, Tools and Resources

What is typography after all? How should text be structured? And how can the printed page be influenced by good design theories? Here we showcase 103 Free Ebooks, Tools and Resources on Typography to get your creative juices flowing, covering topics such as CSS, finding and using type, online tools, web fonts, combinations and many more.

All Titles and Ebooks by Beatrix Potter

Helen Beatrix Potter (28 July 1866 – 22 December 1943) was an English writer, illustrator, natural scientist, and conservationist best known for her children’s books featuring animals, such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit.

Hypotheses on Ulysses

Hypotheses on Ulysses by Antonio Mercurio The Odyssey is not an adventure story. It is, rather, a book of wisdom that explains...

A Night In December

A Night In December by Barty A short piece about three children on Christmas Eve. The style may strike as unusual. This is...

Speed Matters. Designing for Mobile Performance

Since mobile has become the dominant way to view the web, users access content and services on the go, and expect to be able to do that with their smartphone, anywhere, anytime. They want this to happen fast!

The Glass Hummingbird

The Glass Hummingbird by E.R. Mason Cassiopia Cassell's IQ had tested at the genius level on more than one occasion. When...

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14 Inspiring Business Books That Will Change How You Work Forever

14 Inspiring Business Books That Will Change How You Work Forever

These are 14 incredible business books, each of them, in their own way, will change your business and your life in general. Starting out on your entrepreneurial journey, the secret to success was to gather more knowledge. Not all books are created equal. There are some books that not only stand the test of time but like fine wine, get better with age.

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What to Read? 3 Best Books To Read For A Beginner, Veteran and Expert from Each Genre – Part 2

What to Read? 3 Best Books To Read For A Beginner, Veteran and Expert from Each Genre – Part 2

Books have a preferred writing style that makes comprehension easy for readers who have mastered a certain level of fluency in reading a language. This post’s main objective is all about that – breaking down books into 3 distinctive levels (Beginner, Veteran and Expert) for all genres imaginable. In this second post, we’ll be covering genres from Historical Fiction, Existential Narrative (fiction & non-fiction), Apocalyptic / Post-Apocalyptic, Magical Realism, Existentialist Philosophy, History of Esoterica, Stream of Consciousness, Coming of Age, Dystopian and Romance.

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101 Tips and Tricks to Overcome Reader’s Block

101 Tips and Tricks to Overcome Reader’s Block

Reader’s block is a well-documented problem, and even avid readers occasionally suffer from it. The good news is that it’s not incurable, but it might require a little creativity and effort on your part. Read on to learn tips, tricks, methods and suggestions on how to overcome this obstacle.

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(Video) Book Summary – The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

336 pages compressed into slightly over 2-minute video covering 14 points. The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses is a book by Eric Ries describing his proposed lean startup strategy for startup companies.

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