The developer carnival – November 20, 2008

Welcome to the November 20, 2008 edition of the developer carnival.

Simon Stapleton presents How To Calculate Rates in a Competitive Market posted at SimonStapleton.com

Jemima Holbert presents Myth and Facts about SEO Services in India posted at Cignus Web’s – Blog.

Kenneth Reitz presents PygLatin posted at KennethReitz.com.

Margaret Garcia presents Top 10 Grid & Cluster Hosts for Webmasters Using Social Media posted at WHDb.

Gunvi presents 5 Hot Tips For A Big Selling Squeeze Page posted at Big Selling Website Design, saying, “How to Get subscribers to your blogs and keep them.”

methodology

Blake Delaney presents Persistence and the Art of Game Development posted at Blake’s Blog.

Raymond presents How To Generate Valid Credit Card Numbers posted at Money Blue Book.

Dereck presents My Google Penalty and My Response posted at I Will Not Die.

programming

Call Center Consultant presents Agent Occupancy / Agent utilization | Call Center Consultants, Software, Outsourcing, Jobs, and Solutions posted at Call Center Jobs, saying, “A study of agent occupancy vs agent utlization in call centers.”

Himadri Choudhury presents GStreamer posted at Thread Pool.

Kiltak presents The Early History of Programming Languages posted at [Geeks Are Sexy] Technology News.

Baz Old presents Stop Hating On PHP And Learn To Code Better posted at Web Development 2.0: Web Design, CakePHP, Web 2.0.

Scott Mahler presents How Corporate Portals are Revolutionizing Business posted at Datex Media, saying, “Corporate portals are like a one-stop shopping store. Gather, organize and give out information on one platform. The best thing to do is find a company that will personalize this software to suit your company’s specific needs.”

Scott Mahler presents Why You Need to Upgrade Your Website posted at Datex Media, saying, “In today’s global economy, it is more important than ever to upgrade your website.”

technology

Kenneth Reitz presents Browser Wars: The Saga Continues posted at KennethReitz.com.

Kenneth Reitz presents Acer Aspire One: New Kid on the Block posted at KennethReitz.com.

Justin McGill presents Internet Marketing with Forums posted at I Do Web Marketing, saying, “A blog dedicated to the discussion of web marketing. It is run by Justin McGill, the owner of Novel Concept Studio.”

Jimson Lee presents Etelos introduces Virtual Server Environments posted at CRM Help Desk Software.com, saying, “A quick look at using pre-packaged Virtual Server Environments for developers.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the developer carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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The developer carnival – October 20, 2008

Welcome to the September 20, 2008 edition of the developer carnival.

Featured: Simon Stapleton writes about 35 FREE Tools for IT/Developers And Business posted at SimonStapleton.com

Jemima Holbert presents Finding a good SEO Company in India posted at Cignus Web’s – Blog.

programming

Cancerkitty presents Improving Video Games posted at DelSquacho.

jess j presents Famous Programmers From Adleman to Zimmermann posted at GrokCode, saying, “An interesting look at how programmers become famous. Stunning graphs show the types of projects that famous programmers work on.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the developer carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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The developer carnival – September 20, 2008

Welcome to the September 20, 2008 edition of the developer carnival.

Featured: Simon Stapleton discusses How To Use Your Connections to Increase Your Productivity and Overall Success posted at simonstapleton.com.

Jemima Holbert presents Finding a good SEO Company in India posted at Cignus Web’s – Blog.

Sagar Satapathy presents Test your Website: A 57-Point Checklist for Maximum Usability posted at Virtual Hosting.

Fiona King presents The Ultimate Guide to Internet Privacy Law: 100 Must-Read Resources posted at The Daily Netizen.

jcr8392 presents Common Mortgage Terms Explained posted at Truthful Lending dot Com, saying, “This is a glossary of some of the more common, and most important mortgage terms. This list will help to familiarize you with some of the terms you should know to find the best mortgage program for your needs.”

WordPress Hacker presents Auto Create Navigation Tabs for New WordPress Pages posted at WordPress Hacker, saying, “In this article I explain how you can setup your blog to automatically create main navigation links/tabs when new pages are published by using custom fields to mark those pages you want to appear in the navigation menu.”

methodology

Raymond presents How To Generate Valid Credit Card Numbers posted at Money Blue Book, saying, “Analyzing and breaking down the science and math of credit card numbers”

programming

Cancerkitty presents Improving Video Games posted at DelSquacho.

jess j presents Famous Programmers From Adleman to Zimmermann posted at GrokCode, saying, “An interesting look at how programmers become famous. Stunning graphs show the types of projects that famous programmers work on.”

technology

Alex Smith presents Types of Personal Alarms posted at TBO-TECH.

Raymond presents The Future Demise and End Of Newspapers and Print Media posted at Money Blue Book.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the developer carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Welcome to the Developer Blog Carnival

Hi There – welcome to this blog carnival which focuses on software developer related subjects.

This is a carnival anyone with developer-specific posts can share their work. It will be updated regularly – the main content update will be on the 1st day of each month (or thereabouts).

For submission details – look on the submit page.

Thanks!

Simon Stapleton

www.simonstapleton.com