SQL stands for Structured Query Langauge, and is grammar used to fetch data from databases. In this article, Nick Ruffilo introduces SQL for budding publishing technologists.
Programming languages do a great job at allowing you to turn anything into a boolean and they the basic concepts be applied almost anywhere involving code or search.
You may think of Excel as a spreadsheet tool, but it is one of the best all-purpose data visualization tools and especially useful for publishers.
When it comes to technology solutions, the choices out there are near endless. So, it’s important that your solution should always meet all of your answers for that question.
Future-proofing your web content begins with using HTML that provides a context for future search engines, and facilitates discovery. Here’s how to to that.
In the latest tip for publishing technologists, Nick Ruffilo discusses HTML, CSS, tags, and how to structure a document. It’s aimed at beginners, but anyone can benefit.
Nick Ruffilo shares the hardware and software tools he uses in his day to day software development for the publishing industry and explains how they make life easier.
Having the proper work environment is a simple thing, but key towards becoming a better technologist. Here are a few key concepts and set-ups to consider.
The first tip in our forthcoming series on best practices for streamlining your day-to-day publishing workflow covers something basic, but often overlooked: keystrokes.
Links and a quick recap of the first 10 Tips for Technologists provides further context as to how the lessons relate to different positions within the publishing industry.