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About gaifboy

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  1. If you want to move it to the webdevelopment market you should take a look at ASP.net since you know C#, and with that complete with javascript (which is pretty similar to Java and C#) and jQuery. If you don't want to use Java for web development you can try JSP which uses Java and check out Google Web Toolkit: https://developers.google.com/web-toolkit/overview this tool converts Java to javascript which is pretty handy!
  2. I've just finished collage and there I learned Java, MySQL, PHP, C# and VB.net. Before that I already knew HTML och CSS (which is pretty basic).I have also started to take on javascript and jQuery since this is soon the only thing you'll need for web developing. I'd love to learn AJAX for a smarter and a more interactive web, and I'm learning ASP.net at the moment.
  3. I have been programming in javascript and jQuery for a while now but I haven't found a good editor for these languages. I have tried notepad++, netBeans, Visual Studio and Aptana Studio and so far netBeans has been the best pick. Java has multiple editors with great support, C# and VB.net has Visual Studio and it feels like javascript has been left without a good IDE. I want to have a editor which can autocomplete methods and with support for jQuery. Is there such a tool? What do you use?
  4. Like others in this article I used Dreamweaver as a kid when I was new to HTML and couldn't figure out a simple table tag. But now when I'm a bit more serious with my web development it is not really an option. I use Notepad++ VisualStudio 2010 and NetBeans. Have tried Aptana Studio as well with a few others. I would not recommend Dreamweaver to anyone, not even if you are a beginner.
  5. Great article and discussion! I've created a few websites myself and in these days SEO is the key to everything. If you don't appear on Google you're nobody. If everyone doesn´t have already figured this out I can suggest to use Google Adwords for investigating the competition in the keyword market. Here you can experiment which keywords has a lot of competition and which keyword that have less competition. And of course try using Google Webmastertools, it really makes the whole process a lot easier and quicker.
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