Written by:2010/01/04 07:36 PM
Welcome to the January 11, 2010 edition of web developers.
A great list of article that are a must to read. Take a moment and visit each post. You will not be sorry, I am sure of that.
Kristie Lewis presents 100 Excellent Twitter Feeds for Tech-Savvy Students posted at Online Courses.
Thursday Bram presents Responsible administration for you and your users posted at Christopher Swenson.
Frederick Yarmy presents 25 High-Paying Science Careers for the Next Decade posted at masters in health science.
Joanna Ciolek presents Simple, Clean, Effective - Web Designs That Work! | Denver Design'R Blog posted at Denver DesignR Blog, saying, "Advantages of simple, clean design."
Alex Flom presents Integrating paypal buy now button with php and your database posted at WebmasterVideoSchool.
Brian Terry presents Profitable Website Ideas – In Just One Click? posted at Big Selling Website Design.
Robert Bravery presents Blogging from the Brave Programmer - Top 20 design flaws to avoid in your website / blog posted at The Brave Programmer, saying, "There are a lot of common mistakes many professional webmasters make. Not to mention the mistakes you and I make as we build our own sites and blogs. While we all must learn from the mistakes we make, you will find that your visitors will not easily forget your mistakes nor forgive your ignorance, by not returning. When creating a web or blog, there are several website design flaws that you need to avoid if you hope to earn your visitors loyalty, and hopefully, some return visits"
Sheila Scarborough presents What you need to know about recent search engine changes posted at Sheila's Guide To The Good Stuff, saying, "This post's focus is how recent changes in search/SEO might impact the tourism/travel industry, but the concepts really apply to many other organizations and businesses. Thanks for running the carnival!"
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