I recently decided to re-learn programming.
Bill Scott of Netflix, formerly of Yahoo, will be hosting the Future Practice webinar tomorrow, helping web designers learn how to create designs that are easier to implement by illustrating the UI engineer’s point of view.
I’ll get the plug part of this post out of the way right here: I worked on a preview of Bill Scott’s upcoming webinar on What Every Designer Should Know about Interface Engineering and I think it’s both very good and very important, and what’s more it’s a topic that I’ve never seen addressed outside project work.
In the evolution of programming languages, we’ve been moving to higher and higher levels of abstraction, for example from binary to assembly to C to scripting.
While we associate the older programming languages — and business models — with the old economy, John Soat writing in InformationWeek reminds us everything old is new again… John Backus died.
Headline: Killing Page View is Suicide Publishing experts have proclaimed that the death of the ‘page view’ is near.
Coding from Scratch: A Conversation with Virtual Reality Pioneer Jaron Lanier …if you make a small change to a program, it can result in an enormous change in what the program does.
Chimera 0.4 is a browser for MacOS X built on top of Mozilla… The cross-platform UI will be replaced with native Cocoa widgetry (such as customizable toolbars and a drawer for the sidebar).