Now that anyone can learn to code, and probably should, web design and development are becoming more and more personal in both approach and learning curves.
There’s a plethora of ways to tackle web dev and code, and professional designers and developers are no different. We asked several developers from various online publications what their favorite sources are for design and code inspiration, and the results are as varied as the projects these professionals make themselves.
A fireside chat with Eric Schmidt, Larry Page and Sergey Brin at Zeitgeist Partner Forum Europe May 2008
http://bit.ly/jOrNPR Elizabeth Varley @evarley CEO of @Techhub interviews @Jimmy_Wales , founder of Wikipedia
Mark interviews Eric Ries, author of the New York Times Bestseller The Lean Startup. This episode is all about building businesses in the most efficient and effective way possible. This includes having a “business hypothesis,” knowing when to go after the money, and how to “Fail Fast” while continuing to build a better product.
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This is a great, and very tiny, segment of Steve Jobs speaking about how we perceive the world. It was just shared on Twitter by Dave Morin of Path and we thought that it was worth sharing.
This is a segment of an unknown interview that was aired as part of the recent PBS documentary. In it, a bearded and intense Jobs ruminates on breaking down the fact that the world is built, and therefore it can be remade. It’s probably the best 46 seconds of video you’ll watch today.
If anyone knows what interview this is from, let us know, we’d love to watch the whole thing.