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Jack Wallen introduces you to one of the best on-the-go web development tools you might ever use.
Jekyll transforms text and markup into a static website. Read about the various advantages of using Jekyll, and how to get it up and running in minutes.
Over the past 30 years, IT has seen some monumental changes -- and they've had a huge impact on the field of tech support. See if you remember the way it used to be.
Learn how Google services can offer remote employees full productivity and participation in their businesses.
It's easy to quickly lose yourself in an avalanche of digital images. Here are a few tools to help get things organized.
Maintaining a large assortment of strong passwords is a challenge. Here are some apps that make the task more manageable.
Marco Fioretti describes a portable wiki and shows you how to get started with one that he recommends -- Wiki on a Stick (WoaS).
WebIssues is a reliable client/server based issue tracking and team collaboration system that your end users will find easy to use.
Jack Wallen recommends using the free PortableApps tool to manage a USB drive that has your go-to applications.
In this guest post by Nate Irvin, he argues that Silverlight has too many flaws to justify its somewhat dubious benefits. Do you think that .NET developers should discourage the us...