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Tag: coding

  • Would You Let Your 16-Year-Old Quit High School?

    Would You Let Your 16-Year-Old Quit High School?

    Change. Innovation. Disruption. Sure, we all know the business buzzwords. But can you walk the walk, talk the talk — and have the courage to really embrace a new way of thinking when it gets personal? Salt Lake City programmer Joe Eames did.

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  • This Does Not Compute!

    This Does Not Compute!

    What would you say if I told you 90 percent of our schools don't teach what has been the most marketable skill in our economy for more than two decades? Would you believe me? How could that possibly be true? Get ready to drop your jaw because it is true.

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  • W3C Revitalizes Markup Validator Service

    Ever feel like you could use some validation in life? The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C )’s popular Markup Validator service won’t quite do that for you, but it will help keep your website running efficiently on different browsers, which is almost as important.

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  • 1 & 1 Serves Open Source on Silver Platter

    The Web hosting guys at 1 & 1 Internet just unveiled 1 & 1 Click-n-Build, a solution that helps those with open source envy to easily implement Web tools typically reserved for those who have a bit of coding canny.

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