Learning the Language of the Web

With the ever increasing presence of the Web, more people are interested in learning the language of the Web. Designers, artists, and newbie’s unfamiliar with Web development are eager to learn to code so that they can understand the Web better and create something original.

Learning through books can take some time and can be a major hindrance for people who find the learn-by-the-book method dry an uninspiring. In a bid to make learning the language of the Web more interesting, some designers and developers have come together and created some interesting and useful web projects.
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Where did that bug come from?

This is the second time this week that I encountered a annoying bug, introduced just by a small change in the code. Just when you think you can get away with minor changes without testing, you are in for a surprise.

The most common sense thing you can do is to test your code even for small changes; whether you are testing it yourself or sending it to the testing team. Seems simple, but how many times have you really done that. Its not that we are stupid, rather software was never so simple. Maybe we are careless sometimes. The moral is plain – treat even small changes important, and move it through a test before committing it to a version control.
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