Written by:2010/06/12 09:54 AM
Welcome to the May 31, 2010 edition of web developers.
Beth Ziesenis presents Twiddla: Surf the web together posted at Cheapskate Freelancer, saying, "Thumbnail review by the Cheapskate Freelancer of another great site for online collaboration."
Raymond Fernandez20 presents Top 50 Free Open Source Classes on Computer Science posted at Masters in Computer Science, saying, "Computer science is both an interesting and growing field to get into. Here are 50 free opencourseware classes that can help you learn more about computer science."
Leslie Yoelson presents 7 Ways to Learn About Informatics posted at Master of Health Informatics, saying, "Informatics is an academic field covering information science, technology, algorithms and social sciences, usually involving computer science."
Tony Bennett presents 5 Excellent iPad Apps for Nurses posted at LPN to RN Bridge, saying, "With the release of the iPad, nurses now have access to a robust tablet that many industry insiders believe will revolutionize the healthcare delivery system."
Christopher Conlan presents New Google Search Engine Results and What They Mean to Your Business posted at Cross Pollination Media | Social Media Strategy | Social Media Marketing, saying, "In the middle of May Google introduced a new Search Engine Results Page which includes one-click filtering of video,images,news,maps,products,updates (Twitter), discussions and more. These changes are meant to help improve the user experience, and they have a direct effect on how your business is marketing on the internet."
Ehrich Weiss presents 6 Essential Android Apps for Health, Wealth and Happiness posted at Registered Nurse Online, saying, "Smartphones can really improve your quality of life, especially with the new Android applications for Health, Wealth, and Happiness."
Maureen Fitzsimmons presents Top 40 Web Tools to Find Ultrasound Technician Jobs posted at Best ultrasound technician schools, saying, "While large job sites are great to get a feel of what’s available, you also can use organizational sites, job-specific sites, hospital sites and recruiters to find jobs. This list of the top 40 Web tools to find ultrasound technician jobs provides that resource for you, where you can search quickly and easily for your specific concentration in the medical imaging field."
Tela Andrews presents Building a VMware Cost Model posted at Digital Fuel - Yisrael's Blog, saying, "Managing the costs of cloud service providers is challenging. While cloud computing and virtual servers offer flexibility, how do you manage the costs so you know whether its the least expensive option? In this entry we take a look at how to build a cost model for VMware and the benefits this approach can provide for CIOs, IT managers and company owners."
Natalie Thomas presents Top 50 Twitter Feeds to Follow Tech News posted at Becoming a Computer Technician, saying, "Take a look at the listed top 50 Twitter feeds to follow tech news. They contain everything on the latest new gadget, along with loads of other tidbits to help you enjoy the tech you already have."
Mitesh Solanki presents The Great Debate Over ‘Flash’ posted at Creative Intellects Mag.
Angelita Williams presents 50 Funniest Historical Tweets of All Time posted at OnlineUniversities.com.
Florine Church presents 50 Coolest Online Tools for Word Nerds posted at OnlineUniversities.com.
Adam Park presents 15 Sci-Fi Predictions That Came True posted at Computer Science Schools.
Digerati Life presents 13 Worst Company URLs Ever: An Analysis posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Tip: Don't pick up domains that leave with you questionable names (or urls)."
Adam Park presents 10 Tech Milestones That Changed The World posted at Computer Science Schools.
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