On Web Development
Tausend Jahre meiert.com, in Buchform.
If, in an environment like this, you get your hands on a book some of whose texts are more than a decade old and it still makes you think and nod—well, than it’s probably one of those rare publications on web stuff that get a level above the technical minutiae and try to look at more basic and less volatile questions.
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|Vorwort von Tony Ruscoe
On Web Development bundles 134 articles and the last 11 years of technical writings by Jens Oliver Meiert (meiert.com). Freshly reordered and commented, the articles cover processes and maintenance, HTML and CSS, standards, as well as development and design in general; they range from coding basics and principles, to carefully scathing criticism, to tips and tricks and trivia.
→ This is the book if you opt for convenient access to a Google tech lead’s early web development learnings and teachings.
- On Web Development
- This and That
- About the Author
Gemäß Klappentext; beachte gegebenenfalls weitere Angaben über mich:
Technical lead at Google, author for O’Reilly, specification contributor at the W3C. Reset style sheet co-inventor—then wild opponent—, framework and library critic, code purist. These are some keywords that describe Jens Oliver Meiert. Jens’s approach to web development is about one thing: quality, tailored to the tasks at hand. His writings, at times provocative, a little haphazard, reflect that as his understanding of good code. Sometimes there is nothing more to say.
❧ Am Buch wirkte außerdem Sarah M. Tyrrell (Lektorin) mit.