Written by:2010/11/08 09:57 PM
Welcome to the November 8, 2010 edition of web developers.
Madeleine Begun Kane presents The Social Network (Limerick Review) posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.
Alex Aidar presents The use of mashups in the enterprise posted at Software Development Management, saying, "A mashup is a technique for building applications that combine data from multiple sources to create an integrated experience. Many mashups available today are hosted as websites on the internet, providing visual representations of publicly available data. I have been observing a new trend in the software industry where applications are there to serve data and not the other way around. Data is at the centre of the universe and not the application."
ben mackler presents 25 Fantastic New jQuery Plugins For Your Website Development posted at Web Design Tutorials and Inspiration | Learn Photoshop Online | Creative Inspiration | Web Resources.
Corinne Reidy presents 10 Most Imitated Artists of All Time posted at Web Design Schools Guide.
Irving Berlin presents 19 Useful Chrome Extensions for Educators posted at Masters in Educational Administration.
Cole Birk presents 20 Open Courseware Classes for Nurse Practitioners Worth Bookmarking posted at Accredited Nurse Practitioner Programs.
Sanna Paltrow presents Top 50 Web Tools for Reviewing Doctors and Hospitals posted at Comments on: What Are The Top Ultrasound Technician Schools?.
Irving Berlin presents 20 DNP’s and Nursing PhD’s Worth Following on Twitter posted at Accelerated Nurse Practitioner Programs.
Kimberly Crawley presents Getting ready for HTML5 posted at kimcrawley.com- Bright Ideas, saying, "This is in my 'Getting ready for HTML5' series."
Jess Walldark presents WordPress.com Adds a new and Exciting Feature! But why pay for it? posted at Jess.
Mitesh Solanki presents What Is The Craze With iAds? posted at News | Creative Intellects.
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