Posts Tagged ‘design’

Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS

Posted: 21st November 2011 by Iulian Margarintescu in CSS
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SMACSS – A must read if you write CSS.
SMACSS (pronounced “smacks”) is more style guide than rigid framework. There’s no library within here for you to download or install. SMACSS is a way to examine your design process and as a way to fit those rigid frameworks into a flexible thought process. It’s an… Continue reading

Don’t fear the internet

Posted: 23rd August 2011 by Iulian Margarintescu in Web
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A great series of tutorial videos about the web, web development and web design. I personally recommend this to  anyone using, working with or developing for the web.

Direct links to the videos:

  1. Fear Not (introduction)
  2. Not a series of tubes
  3. HTML – Hamburger

Very cool CSS Buttons

Posted: 19th July 2011 by Iulian Margarintescu in CSS
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Super Awesome Buttons with CSS3 and RGBA and a Button designer.







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Udi Dahan: The Danger of Centralized Workflows

Posted: 13th July 2011 by Iulian Margarintescu in Architecture
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Since I’ve heard the therm “workflow engine” a lot of times on a lot of projects i would like to present a new article by Udi Dahan describing the dangers of using centralized workflows.
The main touted benefit of these workflow-centric architectures is that we don’t have to change the code of the system… Continue reading

Eric Evans: What I’ve learned about DDD since the book

Posted: 2nd July 2011 by Iulian Margarintescu in DDD
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Eric Evans, the author of the Domain Driven Design book, speaks about what’s changed from 2003 when the book was published. I recommend the book and this video to every software developer.

You can see the video on the infoq website