We’re back after a few weeks of summer break here in the Northern Hemisphere, and we have good links for you! Here’s the latest round from Mozilla’s Developer Engagement team.
If there is anything you think we should read or know about, don’t hesitate to post a comment, contact us on Twitter or through any other means.
The picks this week are:
- You still need your own website – O’Reilly Radar
- The Computer for the 21st Century
- WebMidiLink — a framework to link web synths for control and playback
- Audio Data API Synth using Mozilla’s Audio Data API
- Experiments with WebSocket Performance
- IAmA successful individual iOS/Android developer who quit his job to do it full time. AMA about writing apps (mostly games), working from home, etc.
- Deliberate Practice – “The development community has many subcommunities such as web developers, front end developers, embedded developers, game developers, and so forth. One way to deliberately practice my craft is to extend myself into other communities.”
The Developer Engagement team
Mozilla’s Developer Engagement team work with writing articles, documentation – such as MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) – public speaking and generally helping and informing about open technologies and Mozilla products. If you are interested in following our work, here are the team members:
- Christian Heilmann (@codepo8)
- Eric “Sheppy” Shepherd (@sheppy)
- Havi Hoffman (@freshelectrons).
- Janet Swisher (@jmswisher)
- Jean-Yves Perrier (@teoli2003)
- Jeff Griffiths (@canuckistani)
- Joe Stagner (@MisfitGeek)
- John Karahalis (@openjck)
- Rob Hawkes (@robhawkes)
- Robert Nyman (@robertnyman)
- Stormy Peters (@storming)
- Tristan Nitot (@nitot)