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A pile of programming books

We all love learning new things, and I love learning them from books. Why do I like books so much, and are they still useful in the Internet era? What does the future hold for the humble printed reference book?

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Screenshots of different Apple devices displaying the Hicksdesign website

The web can be flexible and adaptive but more often than not sites are rigid and static. Responsive web design is a group of techniques that bring us closer to writing once and deploying everywhere.

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money

This topic is something that many developers and designers can connect with, but for the purpose of this article, I shall be focusing on the developers point of view (mainly because I am a developer).

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antony

Having recently finished my placement year in industry as a web developer, I feel I’ve learnt quite a bit. Antony Kennedy, however, has been a web developer since BEFORE the dot com boom, and has a wealth of experience. He’s done work for the likes of the BBC, BSkyB, Tesco, Disney and Channel4.

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Hawkes 3291-9 POD.indd

It’s nearly one month since the launch of TechRant, and to celebrate, we thought we should give something back to you, the readers! There is only one book up for grabs here, but you should still have pretty good odds at winning!

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