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October 18th, 2003

W3Schools

It’s not every day that I find a website to be a true resource, especially for web and programming geeks like me, but W3Schools fills the bill.

I’ve turned to it for everything programming-related in the past year or so – and it’s completely free. One of the nicest features of the site is a series of examples which allow you to muck with the code to see how your changes affect things. It’s great stuff.

[If this Ping made no sense to you, wait until tomorrow’s.]

Posted in Technology

FROM: Matt
DATE: Saturday October 18, 2003 -- 1:33:15 am
Enough with all the Computer pings! They were played out two years ago.



FROM: Dave Walls [E-Mail]
DATE: Saturday October 18, 2003 -- 7:52:59 am
Hey, I liked this post. For someone who hasn't done anything related to web development since..1998, It's laid out well, and it's better than looking for an HTML page, then an XML page, then...



FROM: Ryan
DATE: Monday October 20, 2003 -- 11:04:58 am
Matt -- We specialize in played out Pings, you should know that by now!



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