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10 things you may be asked during a developer interview (and how to handle them)

These tips will help you clear some of the most common interview hurdles when you're trying to land a developer job. Read more

Resource of the day

New Developments in Data Center Power Distribution

Learn the latest approaches to data center power distribution, including modular power distribution and overhead power busway. Discover the advantages these new approaches have as compared to the legacy approach.


Five UI tips for Web apps

Keep users top of mind when you're developing a Web app's UI. Justin James presents guidelines to follow that will make for a better user experience. Read more

Poll: What kind of release cycles do you use?

Are your release schedules planned (short-term or long-term), infrequent, a mix, or ad hoc? Let us know by taking this poll. Read more

Five free (or open source) text editors for developers

Even if you do most of your development work in an IDE, you're likely to need a good text editor for certain tasks. Read more

Additional TechRepublic resources

 

HTML5: Current progress and adoption rates

Ryan Boudreaux takes a snapshot view of where HTML5 adoption is headed and the progress of the specification becoming finalized. Read more

Dressing up Android buttons

Check out this Android button class tutorial from developer William Francis, who uses minimalistic code to produce the desired effect. Read more

Poll: How important is a handset to your app testing?

Justin James wants to know how big of a role using a handset plays in your app building process. Let us know by taking this poll. Read more

Database jobs, week of Sept. 12, 2011

Database-related IT jobs for the week of September 12, 2011. Read more


Featured multimedia

 

Dragon*Con 2011: Costumes and cosplay

Dragon*Con, which was held in Atlanta on September 2-5, 2011, covered several genres, including science fiction, fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film. Here are some photos of attendees in costume at this year's convention. View on site

Dragon*Con 2011: Parade

On September 3, 2011, downtown Atlanta was infiltrated by costumes from various genres. Here are some photos from the annual Dragon*Con parade. View on site



Today's recommended downloads

Electrical Efficiency Modeling for Data Centers (American Power Conversion (APC))

Discover the Role of Isolation Transformers in Data Center UPS Systems (American Power Conversion (APC))

Remote support for PCs, Macs and Smartphones (LogMeIn)

Improved Chilled Water Piping Distribution Methodology for Data Centers (American Power Conversion (APC))

Reduce Costs from Rapidly Expanding Data (IBM)


Perennial favorites

 

Job snapshot: Programmer

Five tips for starting a programming career

Write a resume that will land you a programming job

IT leadership often determines iPad success in the enterprise

Patrick Gray believes that the success of the iPad in your enterprise depends on the IT leadership's perspective of the device.



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