Ecco una serie di link che ho trovato interessanti durante questa settimana. Il post era in cantiere per domenica 29 agosto, ma sono andato lungo e l’ho scritto oggi.
- The Definitive List of Software Development Methodologies by Jurgen Appelo – “The nice thing about software development methodologies is that they are just like standards. There are so many to choose from! [..] Unfortunately, despite a lot of searching I haven’t found any page with a list of all major software development methods. So I decided to create one myself.“
- Free Printable Sketching, Wireframing and Note-Taking PDF Templates by Paul Andrew on Smashing Managazine – in this post “you will find a concise collection of ready to print sketching, wireframing and note-taking templates. Most, as expected, are geared towards the design community, but there are also templates that could be used within any industry and for any purpose.”
- Getting Started with CakePHP: An Event Manager by r0mk1n on CSS-Tricks – “CakePHP is a free, open-source, rapid development framework for PHP. It’s a foundational structure for programmers to create web applications and enables you to work in a structured and rapid manner–without loss of flexibility. In this tutorial we are going to be exploring the benefits of using CakePHP and provide an example project, an Event Manager style application, to help get you started.“
- The Ultimate Freelance Job Board List 2010 by Nate Smith on Box Model Junkie – “One of the best ways to find new projects is by keeping an eye on the job boards, but there are a lot out there and they are hard to keep track of. This list aims at being a centralized location for you to be able to come back to and use for your never ending search to bring in that next big client.“
- 12 Standard Screen Patterns by Theresa Neil on Designing Web Interfaces – “I want to share a set of principles and patterns I have been using for RIA design. While the book takes a much more consumer web site orientation, these concepts are central to enterprise application and web productivity application design and more broad than those discussed in the book.“