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Be open-minded about users' browser choices

Justin James encourages his fellow developers to resist the temptation to not support or test their site on a particular browser. Read more

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Quad-core Windows 8 tablets could come to developers this fall

A new report suggests that Microsoft is close to having a build of Windows 8 running on quad-core tablet hardware, and it may soon give away units to developers. Read more

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This is a survival guide for app developers who are in the midst of the Lodsys patent war. Read more

Quick tip: Example markup for blog posts with HTML5

Ryan Boudreaux describes the role of HTML5 elements that are most pertinent to creating blog posts. Read more

10 tips for avoiding IT burnout

If your job is driving you to the breaking point, it's time to look at a few ways to ease the stress. Here are some strategies to help you prevent a bad case of burnout. Read more

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