Month: October 2008

  • Freelancing site(s) …

    If you are an active member of some programming community you won’t probably need any of existing freelancing sites since your friends usually have enough jobs to pass to you… But in case you still want a recommendation for a freelance site then here it is: Elance. You can however find more jobs on others […]

  • Do you follow any newsletter?

    If you are a programmer you probably do follow at least a single newsletter. What is your recommendation? Considering job I have been doing for the past few years I found that I am totally satisfied by receiving emails from InfoQ. Please comment if you have any other to recommend. The post will be updated […]

  • Java Resources

    Ok, lets recommend resources in following categories: ebooks, blogs, forums. Ebooks: The JavaSeries is supported, endorsed, and authored by the creators of the Java technology at Sun Microsystems, Inc. It is the official place to go for complete, expert, and definitive information on Java technology. The books in this Series provide the inside information you […]

  • The Value of Community

    When you’re stuck with a programming, installation, or other similar problem your closest friend is usually Google. But, as many of you already know, having a friend that is expert in an area can in many cases lead to solving your problem lot quicker than “googling” for an answer. Friend can usually point you to […]

  • Effective Eclipse

    Eclipse is a well-known, widely used, etc. IDE. In this post you can find some tips for programmers on how to use it effectively. Effectiveness is usually boosted with keyboard shortcuts and here are the most useful ones:

  • Javascript Environment Tips

    One may think that if he or she wants to work “professionally” with Ajax and Javascript that he will gonna need a comprehensive IDE that enables “fancy” features. But, in this case, you can do everything well and with great efficiency if you stick to Firebug and its built-in Javascript debugging tools. Of course, you […]

  • Ebooks Resources

    Site: http://gigapedia.org Requires free registration. Contains over 20000 ebooks. (tip: you can search ebooks only when you are registered and you’ll receive relevant results when you select item search instead of default Google Ebook Search)