- I think IE7 is going to break language negotiation on many servers
An IE 7 change that was announced at the last minute was a change in the behaviour of locale-based content negotiation (serving a different page based on the user’s language). W3C Internationalization lead Richard Ishida considers the new behaviour a bug.
- Ajaxian » The Ajax Experience
Ajaxian is providing some excellent coverage of the sessions at The Ajax Experience in Boston this week.
- Visual Studio.NET development on OS X w/ Parallels
A .NET developer makes the switch to Mac OS X and writes about running Visual Studio 2005 on his mac using Parallels Desktop. (thanks spiky_simon)
- Dojo 0.4 is here!
The release includes new accessibility features, charting, 2D vector graphics, slick API documentation, and 529 bug fixes.
- RubyConf: History of Ruby
A brief history of the Ruby programming language, as presented at RubyConf 2006.
- Clorox – Shared Memory Abstraction for AJAX Applications
- Six years after “Don’t Make Me Think”, and your Web site still sucks
Suggesting that many high profile sites are forgetting the valuable lessons taught six years ago by Steve Krug’s seminal work, “Don’t Make Me Think”, this blog post offers up three ways in which corporate web sites should be looking to suck less.
- Where are the PHP women?
Announcing phpwomen.org, “a new initiative to bring together the women that work with PHP throughout the world.”
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