Really Useful Tutorials You Should Have Read in August 2009

This update covers tutorials, how-to, screen casts, tips and techniques that you should have read in August 2009. Featured authors include: Soh Tanaka, Matt Aimonetti, Enrique Ramirez, Giulio Bai, Dario Gutierrez, John, Kevin Liew, Christoph Dorn, Pallav Nadhani, Cameron Chapman, Vasilios, Satbir Singh, Michael Owens, Lam Nguyen, Chris Spooner, Jean-Baptiste Jung, Janko Jovanovic, Chris Coyier, Jeffrey Way, Ibrahim Al-Rajh, Jon Phillips, Curtis McHale, Jacob Cass, Inayaili de Leon, Alex Coomans and Nuno Franco da Costa.

Featured Publications/Blogs include: DesignM.ag, Riding Rails, Smashing Magazine, WPBeginner, MyInkBlog, Flashtuts+, WebGurus, Queness, Christoph Dorn’s Blog, Nettuts+, Noupe, Web Developer Plus, PHP HTML Tutorials, AEXT, Line25, Janko At Warp Speed, CSS-Tricks, Afresherweb, Design O’Blog, Spyre Studios, Six Revisions, and Hongkiat.

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6 Responses to “Really Useful Tutorials You Should Have Read in August 2009”
  1. BigLinuxGuy says:

    Might have wanted to had the title mention that these were web tutorials. I work almost exclusively with enterprise architectures, and none of these are really applicable to my profession.

  2. Moschops says:

    BigLinuxGuy, this is http://www.w3avenue.com, which is a website for rapid web development.

    I suspect you followed the link here from Hacker News; now that link could well have been better labeled.

  3. Dave Sparks says:

    Rather a lot, not sure I’ll get my way through all of them but thanks for the list.

  4. W3Avenue Team says:

    BigLinuxGuy & Dave Sparks,

    Thanks for your feedback. This is a new series on W3Avenue and most of our users expect it to be web development related tutorial.

    But we totally agree that we should provide more clear title on sites like Hacker news which covers much wider audience.

    Although our post title for coming months will be same on W3Avenue, but rest assure that links submitted by us on other sites will be clearly labeled.

    Once again thank you for taking time to provide your feedback.

  5. Thanks for mentioning my post, I’m happy you enjoyed it.

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