Business & Web Development Summer Reading List

Summer Reading List
While the summertime means more time spent with my family, away from the computer, I’ve been trying to keep on top of my blog and article-ready. I just skim most things that cross my Twitter and RSS feeds, but the articles in my “to read” list are things that looked good enough at first glance that I want to hold on to them for a deeper read or for future reference. Here they are, split by the topic:

New Technology

Web development is constantly evolving, so a lot of my reading is to keep up with the new stuff coming out across the languages and technologies I use.

Accessibility

I’m eager to learn more about accessibility and to incorporate more best practices into the sites I build so I’ve been saving references right and left.

Specific Techniques

These articles cover techniques I haven’t used yet but want to for various projects/ concepts/ ideas.

Business

And last, but not least, I am constantly ruminating on business topics. These articles cover things I’m thinking about or want to learn more about:


I also share articles of interest to me on the regular over on Twitter. If you’ve got suggestions/ tips on great things you’ve read lately (or have on your to-read list), put ‘em in the comments!

  1. Thea

    AH thank you, this was great! Im escaping to our cabin in the woods this week and these are the perfect things to catch up on :)

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