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Jul 25

The Return of Webmonkey

       

In: Strategy Insights

by Union

Back in 1998, I started learning HTML one summer afternoon after visiting Dave's HTML Code Guide. It didn't take me long to exhaust that resource and I was ready for more. Webmonkey was my next stop in the wonderful world of web development and I learned the lion's share of my early HTML and JavaScript knowledge from their articles and tutorials. With that said, I'm happy to see the relaunch of Webmonkey by Wired.com. They've definitely stepped up their game and incorporated a wiki-styled approach to their tutorials. Anyone with a free Wired.com account can add or edit tutorials, but there are some editorial guidelines and the community is moderated by the Wired staff. Nevertheless, Webmonkey has reintroduced itself as a great resource for web developers. If you haven't checked it out yet, definitely bookmark it or grab a feed. You're bound to learn a thing or two.

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