CHEATSHEETS & REFERENCE For programmers who need to quickly check syntax, built-in variables and so on, a short “cheat sheet” can be very useful. This site links to many cheatsheets and quick reference pages. Most of the ones I checked were in HTML form. If you want cheatsheets to print, this site has many in PDF format Quick Reference Cards.
Sztywny Blog – Stiff asks, great programmers answer
“I asked 10 questions to a bunch of programmers that I consider very interesting people and I respect them for variuos things they created.” Wow! What a group of great programmers: Linus Torvalds, Dave Thomas (Pragramattic programmer series), David Heinemeier Hansson (Author of Rails framework), Steve Yegge (I don’t know him), Peter Norvig (Research director at Google), Guido Van Rossum (Python creator), James Gosling (Java creator), and Tim Bray (one of XML and Atom specifiers). He also asks questions that might interest students just starting their careers.
CSS examples a set of very nice CSS demos showing a variety of effects. I learned something just by looking.
BYTE | Six Ways To Protect Wireless Networks These techniques will discourage the casual wireless leachers but will not block determined hackers. Just like a seat belt doesn’t guarantee your safety it certainly improves your chances for a safe drive, all wireless users should implement these suggestion. Something new to me was the AirSnare tool the author recommends. I plan to try it this weekend.
digg – The six dumbest ways to secure a wireless network explains the shortcomings of some of these techniques.