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02 June 2005

Marco Tabini's Weblog » php|tropics slide roundup

by mbertier (via)
As promised to all the attendees, here are as many slide sets as possible from php|tropics.

30 May 2005

XHTML2: Accessible, Usable, Device Independent and Semantic

by kaminogoya & 6 others (via)
"XHTML2 is the next version of the XHTML family, and is going to last call Real Soon Now. This presentation gives an overview of what XHTML2 is trying to achieve."

XHTML2: Accessible, Usable, Device Independent and Semantic

by François Hodierne & 6 others (via)
"XHTML2 is the next version of the XHTML family, and is going to last call Real Soon Now. This presentation gives an overview of what XHTML2 is trying to achieve."

27 May 2005

11 May 2005

04 May 2005

03 May 2005

PEAR :: Support - Presentation Slides

by mbertier & 1 other (via)
The following is a list of pointers to the slides of presentations that have been held about PEAR.

02 May 2005

30 April 2005

26 April 2005

JSUnit presentation (powerpoint)

by mbertier
a high-level PowerPoint introduction to JsUnit

31 March 2005

Web Services Mash-Up

by François Hodierne & 2 others (via)
Slides from the O'Reilly ETech Conference 2005. Alan Taylor - Kokogiak Media, Amazon Light Cal Henderson - Ludicorp, Flickr.com Erik Benson - Robot Co-op, Allconsuming.net

25 March 2005

Une mine d'or : Les présentations du IA Summit 2005

by mbertier (via)
# Information Architecture for Content Management, # Select Country: The Art of the Global Gateway, # STUX - Integrating IA deliverables in a web application development methodology.

15 March 2005

07 March 2005

01 March 2005

25 February 2005

Enhancing Internal Communications with Blogs, Wikis, and More

by mbertier & 4 others (via)
With so many virtual teams today, along with what some are calling the “collapse of email.” Organizations are looking for new and innovative ways for teams to communicate. For many, the integrated communication and information-sharing system that inexpensive Blogs and Wikis provide are just what the doctor ordered.