Web-like stuff

🕣︎ - 2005-01-22

Guides for Usability Testing, Web Design Workflow, Enhancing Creativity - and more.

'"But you were supposed to..." "But I wanted..." "But I thought..." "But that's not what I said..." "Can you just..."' - Introducing Project Requirements.

"Governing Good Web Site Design" by Troy Janisch at Evolt.


Notes on Free Issue and Bug Tracking Software.

Practical mod_perl by Eric Cholet and Stas Bekman is available online under a free license.

"Lessons Learned with Perl and UTF-8" by David Wheeler.

Slides for "HTTP Caching & Cache-Busting for Content Publishers" by Michael J. Radwin at ApacheCon 2004.

Slides for "Advanced Perl DBI" by Tim Bunce.

Slides for "Inside LiveJournal's Backend" by Brad Fitzpatrick, OSCon 2004.

'memcached is a high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, generic in nature, but intended for use in speeding up dynamic web applications by alleviating database load.'

"Build Web apps with Maypole" by Simon Cozens, at IBM DeveloperWorks.

The Xapian Project: "Xapian is an Open Source Probabilistic Information Retrieval library, released under the GPL."

Image editing tutorials for photographers.

Jodies Coston's Free Online Photography Course.

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