Monday, September 28, 2009

Your daily tips source.


This web site is about tips, tips, and more delicious tips!

they have a wonderful combination of daily technical tips, reviews, charts. Mostly for daily life technical needs.

this is the kind of a site that you might want to check on a daily basis, see what's new, get your daily tip, download of the day.

I like the way their articles are written.

So, pay life hacker a visit, every part of it is categorized, so you'll have smooth browsing.

you can visit it by clicking on the following link:


enjoy :)

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

A forum for you!


You know forums could sound boring sometimes!! But not Sonsivri!

You can visit it on http://www.sonsivri.com/

Whether you're interested in software (and that might include web development, web scripting, even readymade packages, engineering software, or any programming language), or hardware (PIC, microcontrollers, microprocessors, ARM, Intel, or even general electronics),

You can find tutorials, ebooks, links to wonderful resources, projects, even links to downloadable software and tools you'll love.

Joining is free, and fast, I highly recommend it!

Friday, September 18, 2009

Web Building for Beginners










I can't think of a certain reason why I chose this site as a subject for my first post, but I'm sure after you visit it, and have a look around, you'll understand why http://www.w3schools.com/ was the first Tech site that came up on my mind.


It's a perfect resource for anyone beginning his trip of learning web building techniques.


You can begin with the simple and practical tutorials, from simple HTML, to high level scripting, such as ASP, PHP…etc.


You can then check the pile of examples available, which includes do it yourself exercises.





When needed, you can check the rich references on this site. So this site should be in your favorites, you will probably want to visit it from time to time.


So go ahead, pay this rich site a visit, click around, you can start by scrolling down to the "Where To Start" part of the site.



As you navigate, you will understand why the following quote is written on the main page of the website:


"Never increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of words required to explain anything" William of Ockham (1285-1349)


Waiting for your comments!