Linked by mufasa on Mon 10th Aug 2009 12:25 UTC
Web 2.0 The web browser has been the dominant thin client, now rich client, for almost two decades, but can it compete with a new thin client that makes better technical choices and avoids the glacial standards process? I don't think so, as the current web technology stack of HTML/Javascript/Flash has accumulated so many bad decisions over the years that it's ripe for a clean sheet redesign to wipe it out.
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RE[3]: Sorry, don't agree
by FunkyELF on Mon 10th Aug 2009 20:41 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Sorry, don't agree"
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My stand-by interview questions for web related jobs are "Explain prototypical inheritance in javascript" and "Explain the difference between block elements and inline elements" or "How would you write a selector for all p tags inside a div with an id of "paragraphs"".

FYI... I just googled prototypical inheritance and got "Did you mean: prototypal inheritance". Hopefully that was just a typo and you don't pronounce it that way.

I used to say "orientated" instead of "oriented" and my co-workers never let me hear the end of it.

I knew someone that pronounced Gigabyte as Jiga Byte... sounded like an idiot.

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