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March 2010

CSS3 Please! The Cross-Browser CSS3 Rule Generator

by Solanacee & 9 others, 1 comment
You can edit the underlined values in this css file, but don't worry about making sure the corresponding values match, that's all done automagically for you.

Entrepreneurship, It’s Personal

by greut

Work in a domain that is technologically challenged until you understand it profoundly. Then start a business that advances that domain by empowering its actors.

February 2010

Les enseignements de Défense

by ghis
La direction de la formation (DF) est chargée de concevoir les programmes pédagogiques des sessions et des séminaires proposés par l’Ihedn, mais aussi de participer au rayonnement intellectuel de l’Institut comme pôle d’assistance à la recherche. A ce titre, l’Ihedn participe à l’organisation de colloques et de journées d’études et soutient le travail de jeunes chercheurs.

January 2010

December 2009

November 2009

You don't really need those features... yet. - garry's posterous

by greut

I need to remind myself of this sometimes. We are just getting started. There are must-haves and there are nice-to-haves. And the things that are burning in your heart to get into the product may not always fall into must-have.

October 2009

The Duct Tape Programmer - Joel on Software

by brianwaustin (via)
Jamie Zawinski is what I would call a duct-tape programmer. And I say that with a great deal of respect. He is the kind of programmer who is hard at work building the future, and making useful things so that people can do stuff. He is the guy you want on your team building go-carts, because he has two favorite tools: duct tape and WD-40. And he will wield them elegantly even as your go-cart is careening down the hill at a mile a minute. This will happen while other programmers are still at the starting line arguing over whether to use titanium or some kind of space-age composite material that Boeing is using in the 787 Dreamliner.

September 2009

Build Product, Not PowerPoint (Even If You're Non-Technical)

by greut

And if you can't code, and you can't get brilliant coders to like and respect you, you probably shouldn't be an entrepreneur. There's no shame in being aware of your own abilities and steering your career accordingly.

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