Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by SocialBrokerz, Dec 29, 2008.
if one were not able to get some education for being a webmaster, what books would you recommend?
besides the internet? . . . hmmm
I have a book on Information Architecture on the way, but other than that . . . dunno. Books on web design get outdated fast.
Really can't go wrong with anything these guys print.
God. I have a shitload.
I code in Perl so,
css mastery: advanced web solutions
the ruby way
the rails way
the tipping point
my job went to india
secerts of consluting
the innovators dilemma
the selfish gene
how language works
the lifebox, the seashell and the soul by rudy rucker
a new kind of science
52 ways to save your job
ajax on rails
design accessible web sites: 36 Keys to Creating Content for All Audiences
it really depends on what you want to learn
design patterns: elements of reusable object oriented software
visual quickstart: php6 and mysql5
visual quickstart: unix
hey how is that freakonomics book?
I'm guessing you never read this one.
well rounded ftw
they were all highly recommended to me. I'm halfway through FDR's Folly and it is AWESOME.
got the other 2 for christmas but haven't gone through them yet
hm, might have to buy fucking amazon...it's in my state tax ftl
I'd recommend FDR's Folly first. It's more important right now.
Werd. Been on a Sitepoint book binge lately
I just have some old ass PHP + MySQL book back from the PHP 4 days.
Now I just use php.net and google to answer anything I don't know.
So it looks like not many of you guys are doing anything on a purely Windows platform (not much .NET that I see, here)... interesting.
The place I work for does, but I do the designs, not the server-side coding