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  • Quick and dirty usability testing

    Quick and dirty usability testing

    Leah Buley outlines two quick usability tests that should be repeated throughout a project to ensure your design isn't veering off-course    
    - 12 Sep 13, 10:14am -
  • Heffalumps and user experience

    Heffalumps and user experience

    Instead of wasting time developing features based on untested hypotheses that turn out to be incorrect, ideas should be tested as early as possible so that less useful assumptions can be discarded    
    - 11 Sep 13, 9:47am -
  • Clare Sutcliffe on teaching kids to code

    Clare Sutcliffe on teaching kids to code

    Code Club's CEO - Clare Sutcliffe - talks about starting Code Club, her inspiration, her plans for a global future and the simple joy of helping kids learn to code    
    - 9 Sep 13, 10:39am -
  • Embrace failure

    Embrace failure

    In an extract from his book, Why We Fail, Victor Lombardi explains what experience designers can learn from past failures    
    - 2 Sep 13, 6:00am -
  • Create slick HTML5 animations

    Create slick HTML5 animations

    Modern browsers have several dedicated animation technologies built in. Martin Görner showcases the top four to try in your next project    
    - 30 Aug 13, 8:05am -
  • Make HTML5 apps with Sencha, part two

    Make HTML5 apps with Sencha, part two

    In the final part of this tutorial, Sencha’s Daniel Gallo discusses mobile app development and how to connect a mobile HTML5 app to an ASP.NET Web API backend    
    - 29 Aug 13, 6:03am -
  • 10 tips for HTML5 games development

    10 tips for HTML5 games development

    Brian McHarg's strategies for successful cross-browser, cross-platform games development with HTML5    
    - 28 Aug 13, 12:58pm -
  • Five killer ways to use minimalism

    Five killer ways to use minimalism

    Most designers love simplicity. But as Gene Crawford explains, minimalist design isn’t simply a matter of taking things away    
    - 28 Aug 13, 10:00am -
  • Relly Annett-Baker on her love of words

    Relly Annett-Baker on her love of words

    Content designer/strategist Relly Annett-Baker talks about RWD challenges, getting the better of writer’s block – and the terrible lives of playwrights    
    - 28 Aug 13, 6:00am -
  • History of a branding rockstar

    History of a branding rockstar

    In an extract from his book, Brandiing, WooThemes co-founder Adii Pienaar tells the story of how he built his personal brand and how it helped him succeed    
    - 27 Aug 13, 10:24am -

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Codeacademy Blog

  • All the (Internet of) Things

    All the (Internet of) Things

    Ladyada explains what the term “Internet of Things” actually means, the IoT projects she’s most excited about, and the programming language you should learn to get involved.
    - 2 days ago, 19 Apr 18, 11:00am -
  • Follow Along: Modify this Article with Inspect Element

    Follow Along: Modify this Article with Inspect Element

    Practice using your browser's developer tools to inspect and modify websites by inspecting and modifying this article
    - 8 days ago, 13 Apr 18, 12:26pm -
  • Community Notes: "Make a Website"
    We're excited to feature notes on our "Make a Website" course written by one of our learners. We also explain three specific benefits of note-taking.
    - 15 days ago, 6 Apr 18, 2:21pm -
  • Community Notes: HTML
    We're excited to feature notes on HTML written by one of ourlearners. We also explain three specific benefits of note-taking.
    - 15 days ago, 6 Apr 18, 2:20pm -
  • How to Build Amazon Alexa Skills That Sound Natural

    How to Build Amazon Alexa Skills That Sound Natural

    We teamed up with the experts at Amazon to help you build Alexa skills that feel conversational. Here's why we did it.
    - 22 days ago, 30 Mar 18, 11:00am -
  • How Cambridge Analytica Used Machine Learning to Mine Facebook Data
    Get our hot takes on the Cambridge Analytica breach, and learn about the machine learning concepts behind their Facebook data mining campaign.
    - 23 days ago, 29 Mar 18, 1:46pm -
  • Updates to the Codecademy Dashboard

    Updates to the Codecademy Dashboard

    We updated the design and functionality of our Codecademy dashboard to organize your content more intuitively and help new learners get started.
    - 24 days ago, 28 Mar 18, 9:02am -
  • Lessons Learned on the Road to Y Combinator

    Lessons Learned on the Road to Y Combinator

    "For the longest time I didn't consider myself a programmer. And I always put it on a pedestal."
    - 31 days ago, 21 Mar 18, 5:55pm -
  • Updates & Improvements to Projects & Quizzes
    We're excited to announce updates and improvements to the most popular projects and quizzes on Codecademy.
    - 32 days ago, 20 Mar 18, 10:24am -
  • Learn Semantic HTML
    We added semantic HTML to our HTML course so you can write much more readable and meaningful code
    - 33 days ago, 19 Mar 18, 7:50pm -

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Linux Format

  • Pi-mageddon!
    Buy it now!Read a sampleAfter 152 issues and almost 12 years (October 2006) Linux Format Towers has finally been able to afford a fresh lick of paint, but don’t panic! All your favourite sections remain intact and as they were. They’re hopef…
    - 12 days ago, 9 Apr 18, 9:03am -
  • Stop them spying!
    Buy it now!Read a sampleThe UK’s “Snooper’s Charter” was described as “the most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy” by the Open Rights Group. The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA) has been ruled unla…
    - 41 days ago, 12 Mar 18, 5:35am -
  • Linux in 60 minutes!
    Buy it now!Read a sampleThere’s never been a better time to start using Linux and you’ve never had a better chance than with this month’s issue of Linux Format! We’re packing the ideal Linux starter pack with a bootable Live Disc that you…
    - 73 days ago, 7 Feb 18, 8:50am -
  • Build it yourself
    Buy it now!Read a sampleI’ve always built my own PCs. Perhaps it’s the maker in me, but why pay someone else to have all the fun, when I can do as good a job myself? The sad truth is – while I’ve built other systems – my main home syste…
    - 100 days ago, 12 Jan 18, 7:38am -
  • Your own supercomputer
    Buy it now!Read a sampleCan you feel it? The thrilling static in the air? It’sbecause the world’s top 500 supercomputers are nowall run on Linux. The last couple of non-Linux Chineseholdouts have dropped out of the list, superseded by newer…
    - 19 Dec 17, 7:15am -
  • Your own supercomputer
    Buy it now!Read a sampleCan you feel it? The thrilling static in the air? It’sbecause the world’s top 500 supercomputers are nowall run on Linux. The last couple of non-Linux Chineseholdouts have dropped out of the list, superseded by newer…
    - 19 Dec 17, 7:14am -
  • Gnome sweet gnome
    Buy it now!Read a samplePeople love being passionate and it seems nothing gets people more worked up than meddling with their desktop environment. Gnome 3 was originally released back in April 2011 – that’s over six years ago – and yet peopl…
    - 16 Nov 17, 10:11am -
  • Popularity contest
    Buy it now!Read a sampleWe all want to be successful, in one way or another, don’t we? And when it comes to our favourite kernel the same is true. Most people want to think that they’re backing a winner, right? It’s a bit puerile, but obse…
    - 20 Oct 17, 9:50am -
  • Protect withRaspberry Pi
    Buy it now!Read a sampleSecurity doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom. Monitoring, protecting and defending your networks can be fun… if you take the right approach. Part of making it fun is – love it or loathe it, there’s no denying it…
    - 22 Sep 17, 6:05am -
  • Learn more with Linux
    Buy it now!Read a sampleTo quote Natalie Portman, “Learning is beautiful.” Isn’t that the truth? If you’re reading Linux Format, you undoubtedly have the same sentiment; that’s the beautiful thing about using Linux and open source – t…
    - 29 Aug 17, 7:10am -
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Mac Format

  • A new way to wear your fitness tracker

    A new way to wear your fitness tracker

    Wearable tech is proving to be this year’s big thing, and is likely to grow even more popular with the release of iOS 8 and its HealthKit app. And along with new wearable gadgets, third-party accessories will surely follow. As a Fitbit user, I real…
    - 10 Jun 14, 7:41am -
  • Subscribe and save £10!

    Subscribe and save £10!

    Get £10 off for one week only! This week only we are offering an extra £10 off purchases of print subscriptions and special editions on myfavouritemagazines.co.uk. Choose any magazine, including MacFormat, spending a minimum of £25 and you will r…
    - 5 Jun 14, 7:01pm -
  • New pro Lytro camera coming – but will it be better than the disappointing first version?

    New pro Lytro camera coming – but will it be better than the disappointing first version?

    When I reviewed the original Lytro camera for MacFormat, I was disappointed. It was such an exciting premise – taking ‘focus-less’ photos where you had the creative control to refocus the shot after you’d taken it – and it looked weird and…
    - 22 Apr 14, 8:00am -
  • Revealed: Razer’s iOS 7 games controller and app

    Revealed: Razer’s iOS 7 games controller and app

    We’ve received images and information about Project Kazuyo, an unannounced iOS 7 games controller that’s being developed by Razer, which specialises in gaming-focussed PCs and peripherals. It will be an case-style controller, and will feature re-…
    - 31 Mar 14, 8:58am -
  • Save on a MacFormat subscription in our Spring offer!

    Save on a MacFormat subscription in our Spring offer!

    Our Spring Sale is on! Save up to 45% on a print magazine subscription in our Spring Sale. We’re celebrating Spring and the inspiration it gives us by discounting all our magazines. Why not treat yourself to a subscription to MacFormat, starting fr…
    - 18 Mar 14, 10:23am -
  • 1Password 4

    1Password 4

    1Password is a system for storing and managing sensitive data, much of which integrates with web browsers. As the app’s name suggests, much of it centres around online login details – it can rapidly create and deploy complex passwords, increasing…
    - 28 Feb 14, 5:51am -
  • Get Parallels Access on an Extended Trial!

    Get Parallels Access on an Extended Trial!

    With Parallels Access, you can use your Mac or Windows PC applications on your iPad, from anywhere where you have an internet connection. Need Microsoft Office on the move? No problem – if you have it on your Mac, you can remotely access it on your…
    - 5 Feb 14, 11:21am -
  • Free Mac Pro desktop pictures – in 4K!

    Free Mac Pro desktop pictures – in 4K!

      The new Mac Pro is here – and so is MacFormat’s official verdict. The new issue of the magazine, out today, is packed with information about it, including benchmarks, advice on which build-to-order options are worth spending money on, details…
    - 29 Jan 14, 4:47am -
  • Get 50% off any iSkysoft application!

    Get 50% off any iSkysoft application!

    iSkysoft has a great range of Mac applications, and with MacFormat's exclusive offer, you can get 50% off any of them! Just use our special offer code when you order.
    - 15 Jan 14, 5:42am -
  • January Subscription Sale!

    January Subscription Sale!

    Throughout January, you can save up to 52% on a subscription to your favourite Future Publishing titles, including MacFormat. Prices start from £13.99 check them out at My Favourite Magazines. Subscriptions to MacFormat start at £23.49, when you p…
    - 6 Jan 14, 11:19am -

PC Format

    SourceForge: Blog

    • “Community Choice” Project of the Month Vote – June 2018

      “Community Choice” Project of the Month Vote – June 2018

      The vote for June 2018 Community Choice SourceForge Project of the Month is now available, and will run until May 15, 2018 12:00 UTC. To cast your vote, ...The post “Community Choice” Project of the Month Vote – June 2018 appeared first on Sou…
      - 2 days ago, 20 Apr 18, 12:12am -
    • Today in Tech – 1986

      Today in Tech – 1986

      On this day in 1986 newspapers reported that after years of Japanese-American battles in electronics, American tech company IBM became the world’s first computer manufacturer to use a ...The post Today in Tech – 1986 appeared first on SourceForg…
      - 4 days ago, 18 Apr 18, 12:24am -
    • Projects of the Week, April 16, 2018

      Projects of the Week, April 16, 2018

      Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: Manjaro Linux Community [ Download Manjaro Linux Community ] Procps-ng The git ...The post Projects of the Week, April 16, 2018 appeared first on SourceF…
      - 6 days ago, 16 Apr 18, 12:04am -
    • How to Get Open Source Developers to Want to Join Your Team
      The world is running out of experienced open source software developers– that’s according to a recent Cloud Foundry report, which identified a quarter-million job openings for software developers ...The post How to Get Open Source Developers to…
      - 9 days ago, 13 Apr 18, 12:33am -
    • Today in Tech – 1936

      Today in Tech – 1936

      On this day in 1936 German civil engineer, inventor and computer pioneer Konrad Zuse filed for a patent for the automatic execution of calculations, a process he invented ...The post Today in Tech – 1936 appeared first on SourceForge Community Blo…
      - 11 days ago, 11 Apr 18, 12:13am -
    • Projects of the Week, April 9, 2018

      Projects of the Week, April 9, 2018

      Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: Scribus Scribus is an Open Source program that brings professional page layout ...The post Projects of the Week, April 9, 2018 appeared first on SourceFo…
      - 13 days ago, 9 Apr 18, 12:09am -
    • April 2018, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Eclipse Tomcat Plugin

      April 2018, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Eclipse Tomcat Plugin

      For our April “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we selected Eclipse Tomcat Plugin, a plugin that provides simple handling of a tomcat server in Eclipse IDE. Eclipse ...The post April 2018, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Eclipse Tomca…
      - 16 days ago, 6 Apr 18, 12:05am -
    • Today in Tech – 1994
      On this day in 1994 Jim Clark and Marc Andreessen founded Netscape. Initially named Mosaic Communications Corporation, they later renamed their company Netscape Communications Corp. It was the ...The post Today in Tech – 1994 appeared first on Sou…
      - 18 days ago, 4 Apr 18, 12:12am -
    • April 2018, “Community Choice” Project of the Month – GnuCash

      April 2018, “Community Choice” Project of the Month – GnuCash

      For our April 2018 “Community Choice” Project of the Month, the community elected GnuCash, a personal and small-business finance manager. GnuCash has a check-book like register GUI to ...The post April 2018, “Community Choice” Project of the…
      - 20 days ago, 2 Apr 18, 12:27am -
    • Projects of the Week, April 2, 2018

      Projects of the Week, April 2, 2018

      Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: Clonezilla Clonezilla is a partition and disk imaging/cloning program similar to True ...The post Projects of the Week, April 2, 2018 appeared first on S…
      - 20 days ago, 2 Apr 18, 12:13am -

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