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CTO Jon Zerden of EXOS, a leader in sports training and physical therapy for athletes, talked to TechRepublic about the importance of focus, strategy, and his passion for tech.
Mick Ebeling, founder of Not Impossible Labs, talked to TechRepublic about his crowdfunding platform for healthcare projects and his determination to better the world with technolo...
CSS Wizardry offers guidelines for developers to write standardized, easy-to-maintain CSS code. Here are some of the highlights.
Krishan Sharma details the most critical pieces of advice for any organisation thinking about making a transition to the cloud.
Prejudices, biases, or faulty thought patterns can potentially distort the consulting relationship and lead to prescribing solutions that are inappropriate for the client. Rick Fre...
One of the best ways to calm your interview jitters is to show up prepared. Justin James offers developers pointers on preparing for and, ultimately, acing interviews.
10 tips for writing a job-winning developer resume
Is a lack of certification really a hole in a developers resume? Are certificates become part of the way of life for software developers, or are we beginning to see the light?
Jonathan Yarden has long called for a replacement for SMTP in his columns, but now he's doing more than pay lip service to his crusade. In this edition of Internet Security Focus, ...
Like it or not, advertising is part of the Internet food chain and a huge source of revenue for Internet companies. But many conflicts between Internet advertising and Internet sec...