NetBeans 6.9 is out.

There's a new release of the the one full-blown IDE that I've managed to stick with.  If Eclipse doesn't fit your style, give Netbeans a spin – I like its inline code completion, the source-code beautifier, and the integration with SVN and Mercurial.  I particularly find the source control usability much better than Eclipse. After …

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Make them Interact!

The more that a team can interact and iterate, the better you're final product can be.  In my ideal world, I'd skip a detailed wireframing exercise and get to building a prototype as soon as possible.  Its so much easier to explain what is difficult to build if there's something to click on.  Or you …

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Tips for working with jquery

I’m a fan of jQuery because it promotes unobtrusive markup and functionality and has a wealth of plugins to take care of common web development/ajax functionality. Marc Grabanski offers some tips for working with it effectively. I’ll need to look at livequery in some apps I’ve put together. If you need to attach events to …

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