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JavaZone es una conferencia en Escandinavia que se realiza anualmente desde 2002. Pero la mayoría la conocemos más que nada por los excelentes videos promocionales que vienen sacando hace unos años. En 2010 lanzaron Lady Java – Java Zone y Java4Ever. El primero un video musical y el segundo una parodia de trailer de película, con chistes y referencias específicas para programadores Java.
Los siguientes años siguieron la línea de hacer trailers de películas con un alto contenido de humor y lleno de referencias y guiños por todos lados. Tienen terrible calidad y los guiones son excelentes, aptos para programadores Java y de otros lenguajes. Véanlos, valen la pena.
Video de este año: Javapocalypse
Video de 2012: The Java Heist
Uno de los diálogos más graciosos:
- ¡Pensé que eras un experto en Java!
- Mentí. Solo soy un Java Certified Programmer.
Video de 2011: The Streaming
Pueden entrar al sitio de JavaZone para ver los videos, y también hay videos de las charlas. Porque recuerden que esto es la promoción de una conferencia sobre desarrollo
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Find and Form won our hearts this week because of their really nice hover effects, the clean typography and simplicity.
A fresh new dummy text generator with lines from some of the hardest Hollywood legends. Made by Creare.
A super-useful collection of screen specifications of the most popular devices and monitors currently on the market. Made by Type/Code.
The CSS Tube Map is an absolutely fantastic HTML5/CSS/JS replica of the London Underground network diagram. It was created by talented John Galantini.
Oskari Groenroos created this jQuery plugin for replacing select elements with a nicely styled control element.
A great jQuery plugin by Max Mackie that turns a single div into a lovely color palette. On hover, the HEX color code shows.
If you’d like to browse through the latest blog articles related to CSS, then you’ll find Css Tv interesting.
Tim Holman’s next stroke of genius: Fizzy-Cam. It uses WebGL with three.js, custom WebGL shaders, WebRTC and headtrackr.
A wonderful pen by Yogev Ahuvia: each block reacts to its neighbors by transforming its border-radius and color.
A really beautiful and interesting display typeface by Konrad Bednarski. You can download a free test version with basic glyphs.
Beat Petite by Stuart Memo is a sample-free drum machine made with the Web Audio API.
Samson Onna created this jQuery plugin for responsive tabs which will adapt to any screensize and change to an accordion when needed.
These are definitely the most creative and geeky checkboxes you’ll come across these days: lightsaber checkboxes! Made by Nicholas Cerminara from Scotch.io.
A lovely set of thin stroke icons by Victor Erixon.
Clipping Magic is a really useful tool for removing backgrounds and clipping images. If you need a quick clip, this will definitely be interesting to you.
Anchorify.js by William Durand is a dead simple jQuery plugin for automatically creating anchored headings in your HTML documents. It guarantees uniqueness of the anchor names, and is able to reuse existing IDs.
An impact-full display typeface for posters and headlines by Roman Shchyukin.
A set of fine and creative weather icons designed by Simon Lockyer.
A very nice icon set by Icojam. It’s a free version of Cosmo icons and it includes a large set of PNGs.
In this Smashing Magazine article David Storey explains how to easily use flexbox for solving once complicated centering problems. Flexbox FTW!
A small and sweet HTML/CSS template for a design blog. Featuring a clean layout based on jQuery Masonry and infinite scroll. Created by Nathan Brown.
Kosmos by John Judnich allows you to explore a computer-generated 3D universe from your browser. This virtual universe is extremely vast, containing trillions of stars, planets, and moons to explore. Note that this needs extensive WebGL support and might not work well or at all on Windows machine browsers. Please read the system requirements.
Volantene Script by by Catharsis Fonts (Christian Thalmann) is a fully equipped display typeface inspired by the fine penmanship of Lady Talisa Maegyr-Stark. It comes with an extensive character set and OpenType features like ligatures and contextual alternates.
A delicate icon set by Martin Maričák for Premium Pixels. The download includes the icons at 64px and 32px sizes, along with the original PSD.
Dieter Hofrichter designed another stunning new typeface and offers the light style for free.
We love cheatsheets as one can refer to them and make quick amendments to better our skills. Since many loved our last compilation of cheatsheet for designers, we’ve decided to compile another set of cheatsheets, this time for photographers.
Amateur photographers, and even pros can easily benefit from these cheatsheets as it is a resource for fresh and new ideas. We’ve scoured the Web and have found a wide variety of cheatsheets covering various aspects of photography and catering to the many levels of skills and interest of anyone who calls themselves a photographer.
Most of the pictures you see here are cropped for a nice fit, so remember to click on the links to check out the entire cheatsheet or infographic. Some of them are really long and can give you a ton of worthwhile information that you really can’t do without.
Recommended Reading: Five Vital Black & White Photography Tips
Here are more (but wordy) resources to help in certain photography situations. The following also includes keyboard shortcuts for Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture together with a few other cheatsheets for certain DSLR models.
Adobe Lightroom Keyboard Shortcuts – Windows & Mac