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Open source training and the Red Hat Challenge Labs

Open source training is a powerful tool, and the skills and experiences learned can be immediately applied to numerous real-world working situations. Red Hat Challenge@Labs is a strong starting point for students, as they have the opportunity to design solutions for real-world problems and pitch them to industry experts.

September 16, 2014 by

Samsung's case against Apple is bogus, here's why

Two of the biggest names in technology (Apple and Samsung) have locked horns in an ugly legal battle with each claiming the other stole its IP. The judge should rule in favor of Apple because simply saying that you had a similar design "in the labs" doesn't cut it.

August 2, 2012 by

Sencha Architect targets amateur designers interested in HTML5

HTML5 framework provider Sencha has introduced Sencha Architect 2, the evolution of its drag-and-drop Ext Designer application.Sencha Architect 2 builds upon Ext Designer by expanding the program's support for building desktop and mobile Web applications.

April 16, 2012

IP Australia faces heat over net searches

The government's intellectual property authority IP Australia has been told off in a Senate Estimates hearing this morning for relying on information obtained on the internet for an industrial design application.

October 18, 2011

Should design be taught as an entrepreneurial skill?

An ambitious program known as Design for America has spread from Northwestern University to seven more well-known campuses this fall--from Columbia to UCLA--where MBAs and MFAs will explore socially responsible design in the business context (and vice versa)

October 9, 2011 by

Top 5 Web site oversights to avoid

Avoid cluttering disorganized information and overly flashy features. Experts offer this, and other tips, to help improve ease of use and content delivery on Web sites.

September 14, 2011 by

Adobe opens up HTML 5 Edge toolbox

The software maker has kicked off a public preview of its Edge development tools, which use open web standards such as HTML 5 rather than its flagship Flash platform to create animations

August 1, 2011 by

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