Another week, another list of usefulness! Please let me know when you have stuff to share, both of you!
What are style guides and how to use them. I like this principle, way way better than BDUF projects.
This (a list apart)[http://alistapart.com] article outlines what the W3C is doing for us regarding web performance.
Another piece about performance. This one talks about the why a bit more. No more excuses to neglect this.
Talking about the need for performance is one thing, how to actually achieve is is another. This article starts by giving you tools to optimize images, thus, speeding up the download potion of your page load.
While we are on W3C, this is Domenic Denicola’s talk at LXJS. He talks about what it is that standards bodies actually do and why we shouldn’t be so harsh on them.
When you’re planning to start using git, good! This site will help you to get going without filling your brain with scary merge situations and big-team-interdiciplinary workflows.
This Chrome plugin helps you to make your media queries visual. Very useful when developing responsive web layouts.
This StackExchange site is full of geat tips for Apple Power users! Find out about hidden features or increase your productivity.
Manage your aliases in the cloud. Share yours with others and discover new ones. Pretty usefull when you find yourself working in the terminal often.