indieconf is the conference for freelance and independent web professionals. Whether you’re a developer, designer, or somewhere in between, indieconf will help you take your freelancing to the next level.
How do I get more clients?
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How should I market myself?
What sort of legal structure should I choose?
These questions and many more [...]
We had our drawing late last week for two free passes to the Web Optimization Summit, then another drawing due to some communication issues with the first round. Our winners notified and have accepted. The first winner is Mik from productiveinsomnia.com. Our second winner requested anonymity.
Thanks to Christopher Schmitt for the passes to the online [...]
The Web Optimization Summit is happening May 12, and JSMag wants you to be there! We’ve got 2 free passes we’ll be giving out on May 5. Winners be randomly selected from everyone registered with JSMag.
Are you not registered yet? Visit http://www.jsmag.com/sampler to register for your free PDF sampler and enter to win a pass [...]
We’re proud to be helping sponsor the upcoming jQuery Camp in Durham, NC. You can visit http://ncjquerycamp2.eventbrite.com/ for more information or to sign up. This one day event will be a great time to meet up with some of the region’s top “front-end engineering” minds, some of whom also happen to be top jQuery contributors [...]
JSMag December 2009 Issue
GRAPHICS PROGRAMMING WITH CANVAS
Ben Dowling shows how to take advantage of this new imaging functionality.
SHOWING STATISTICS USING DATATABLE AND CHART
Christian Tiberg demonstrates YUI’s powerful components.
webOS: PALM’S GAME-CHANGING MOBILE OPERATING [...]
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Here’s a rundown of what we’ve got lined up for you in this issue.
The Yahoo! Query Language and [...]
JSMag had a chance to catch up with W Jason Gilmore, author of “Effective Google Maps Marker Management” from the July 2009 issue of JSMag.
Gilmore: I’ve been a professional Web developer for more than a decade, having started using [...]
If you’re interested in purchasing the book, InformIT.com is offering a 35% discount for JSMag readers, as well as including free shipping for customers [...]