Monthly Archives: January 2011

The right version control: Subversion v Git

I thought i’d write about my impressions on selecting the right open-source version control for your project. Firstly, I think both Subversion and Git are excellent choices and the difference isn’t that great for you to be making a major error in … Continue reading

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Book Review: jQuery Pocket Reference By David Flanagan

    Like most O’Reilly cookbooks, this follows the same usual familiar pattern and serving the same purpose, of being a quick fire reference to how to do most things, without the author waffling on,  that is commonly associated with most books that are thicker. … Continue reading

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Review of Office 2011 for Macintosh: The Missing Manual By Chris Grover

  Office 2011 for Macintosh: The Missing Manual By Chris Grover A huge update for Mac Users who have been trying to keep their enterprise-applications on-par with their Windows counterparts, and with Microsoft’s great leap, Office 2011 for Mac is definitely the ‘missing … Continue reading

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Review of Best iPad Apps: The Guide for Discriminating Downloaders by Peter Meyers

Best iPad Apps The Guide for Discriminating Downloader If you are to give a new iPad to a friend or family, this is the book that goes with the iPad. Or why not bundle it as an ebook within the … Continue reading

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A note about my RSS Feed

Hi fellow readers, After not receiving any complaints up until now I had not realised that my RSS feed was busted! But after someone brought it to my attention, I have fixed it and it’s all working. Gosh! Can’t imagine how … Continue reading

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Review of Designing Interfaces, Second Edition by O’Reilly Publishing

Designing Interfaces, Second Edition (2010) by Jenifer Tidwell Jennifer Tidwell presents an essential guide to how to plan the User Interface of your project, whether it be for a website or mobile. Presented in a consistent sequence, the book adds a … Continue reading

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iPhone User? 90% Chance You’re On The Latest OS. Android User? 0.4% Chance | CrunchBase

“Gingerbread”. It’s great, easily the best version of Android yet. I hope one day soon you all get to try it out. But the likelihood of that is pathetically small. In fact, don’t be surprised if Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” is out before … Continue reading

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