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Up Next is PHP, Java, SQL, HTM5, CSS. Now You Suggest a Topic

By Nick Ruffilo

So far in Publishing Perspectives’ series “Tips for Technologists” I’ve focused a great deal on introductory and intermediate lessons, all recapped in todays feature article, “Tips For Publishing Technologists #1-10: The Zen of Technology.

This has been to try to build a baseline and to make some of the advanced topics less intimidating for those unfamiliar. I will be diving in more detail in the future on PHP, Javascript, SQL, HTML5, CSS, and a host of other topics.

Now is your turn to suggest a topic. Tell me what you’d like us to discuss and why in the comments below.

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  1. Posted February 21, 2013 at 10:33 pm | Permalink

    We use a lot of PHP and Javascript for eBook development in our shop. Would love to hear some new perspectives on it and how to use it to get tasks done for all things related to eBooks. PHP gets a bad rap in the programming community due to some of its flaws, but it is still one of the most widely used programming languages.

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