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Old 03-27-2012, 11:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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good advice, easy read.

Modern Web Development - Part 1

1: A New World (This post)
2: Architecting JavaScript
3: A Better CSS
4: Debugging
5: Joy and Pain of jQuery Plugins
6: Packaging Assets
7: Distributed Version Control
8: Working with Facebook
9: Mobile Pages (upcoming)
10: Deploying to the Cloud (upcoming)

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skimmed through the first two parts, and looks interesting! Thanks for the find!
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