Written by:2009/07/21 09:48 AM
Welcome to the July 20, 2009 edition of web developers. In this issue we have some interesting posts. One that might catch your attention is a comparison of Blogger and Wordpress, two free blogging platforms and blog hosts. We also get a brief introduction to the Google App engine and a look at a web database engine I certainly did not know about.
Barbara Williams presents 50 Best Search Engines for Your Symptoms posted at Nursing Schools.net.
Joshua Seth presents How To Make Your Own Website posted at Joshua Seth Blog, saying, "A well known internet marketer recently invited me to give a presentation at his bootcamp on how to make your own website in under an hour. He knew that I’ve put up over 50 websites in my spare time and that I can now create one in about 20 minuets. Of course, I’ve done it over and over until it’s become second nature, but I thought anyone should be able to do it in about an hour with no previous experience."
Bernadus Prihandoko presents A Brief Introduction to the Google App Engine posted at Newell and Budge, saying, "An introduction to google app engine. Enjoy it."
Bernadus Prihandoko presents CouchDB – for the Simpleton posted at Newell and Budge, saying, "Introduction to CouchDB web database engine."
Isaac Yassar presents Head to Head: Blogger vs WordPress posted at Go Blogger (dot) net, saying, "If you want to use popular blogging platform for your next website / blog.."
Patricia Turner presents 100 Famous Writers You Can Follow on Twitter posted at Online University Reviews.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of web developers using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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