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Wie sieht man als Blinder das Internet? - ein Interview mit vier sehbehinderten Internetexperten - Knetfeder Magazin

Wir sprachen mit Steffen S., Jenny R., Kamil G. und Andreas R., die blind oder mit Sehbehinderung das Internet nutzen und gerade dadurch in Erfahrung und Kompetenz vielen sehenden Netznutzern voraus sind.

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graysky's translator at master - GitHub

Rails extensions to simplify internationalization

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SlickMap CSS — A Visual Sitemapping Tool for Web Developers

SlickMap CSS is a simple stylesheet for displaying finished sitemaps directly from HTML unordered list navigation.

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ignore the code » Modes, Quasimodes and the iPhone

Following Apple’s lead, avoiding modes has been an important design goal in all modern computer systems.

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MF Bliki: IllustrativeProgramming

One problem I've seen with spreadsheets and with GUI designers is that they do a good job of revealing what a program does, but de-emphasizes program structure. As a result complicated spreadsheets and UI panels are often difficult to understand and modify.

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Meme Agora: AML (Arbitrary Modeling Language)

Most developers I know use AML: Arbitrary Markup Language, usually consisting of boxes, circles, and lines. When a given developer writes on a whiteboard, they write in their own version of a diagramming language.

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Meme Agora: Ruby Matters: Frameworks, DSLs, and Dietzler's Rule

The reasoning goes that if we create languages that keep people out trouble by restricting what damage they can do, we can produce software without having to pay those annoying software craftsman ridiculous amounts of money

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8 tips for testing Rails apps with Cucumber - Momoro Machine

Here are eight things my team has found to be true after working with Cucumber for about 6 months.

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Rails Rescue Handbook, an ebook by Mike Gunderloy

How to rescue a project without losing your mind.

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Rails Envy: 6 Reasons to use Webbynode

Webbynode is a very affordable VPS host (256 RAM for $15) which has great support for Rails applications.

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FileMaker API for Ruby : SFR FileMaker Blog

Rfm brings your FileMaker data to Ruby with elegance and speed. Now your Ruby scripts and Rails applications can talk directly to your FileMaker server with a syntax that just feels right.

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rubaidh's rubaidhstrano at master - GitHub

Capistrano recipes for database backups before migrations, passenger deployment strategy, release tagging in Git repos.

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brynary's rack-bug at master - GitHub

Debugging toolbar for Rack applications implemented as middlewa

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Anonymous Pro

Anonymous Pro (2009) is a family of four fixed-width fonts designed especially with coding in mind.

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Pennysmalls

I just released a gem to find image dimensions and type information fast.

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