Weekend Reads for the Web Developer - Oct 12
Like every proficient software developer, keeping up on industry trends and news is vital no matter how many years of experience you may have. We are contstantly bookmarking and sharing good reads here at Sevenforty and I thought this would present a good opportunity for a new blog series by sharing a selection of a few interesting articles I’m personally reading. Topics in the future will including everything from back-end programming to SEO and all manner of industry news.
Here now is a list of weekend reads for the web developer:
10 lessons for uncultured web developers — Troy Hunt brings a little perspective on cultural awareness for developers to think about.
Web Fonts Performance: Making Pretty, Fast — Ilya Grigorik shares some basic tips on improving web font performance.
HTML5 APIs You Didn’t Know Existed — David Walsh shares and explains some lesser known HTML5 APIs.
53% of Organic Search Clicks Go to First Link — SearchEngineWatch is reporting on some interesting data from compete.com. If the data is accurate, what we’re seeing are some interesting insights for SEO and SEM.
Next Generation SEO — The folks at SEO Book ponder the near future of SEO.