jQuery.my - jQuery plugin that binds HTML with JS objects in real time.
This looks very nice!
I enjoy functional programming and cookies.
i need to learn java better before a class next semester. i know it a little but i’m really bad at it….
I NEED BOOKS. TUTORIALS. GIVE ME SUGGESTIONS. how should i learn?
I would also check out well-known libraries such as Prototype, jQuery, and Underscore. Use them for a while, then look at their annotated source.
For learning a new language, Project Euler is usually the go to place. It has a large selection of programming and mathematic puzzles. They are great for practicing a language.
There is also CodeEval, which has various levels of challenges. You write and upload code to their website where they execute it. Your submission gets a mark out of 100, based on its running time, and how well it passes tests for that specific challenge.
As a general comment about advancing programming education, I suggest researching different programming paradigms. Imperative, such as C and Java. Functional, such as Clojure, Haskell, and Scala. Logic, such as Prolog. Languages built for parallel/real-time systems such as Erlang.
Also try reading up on best practices for the language - they may help you avoid common pitfalls.
Use the new and shiny responsibly.
Look up HTML5, CSS3, etc features, know if they are ready for use, and if so find out how you should use them – with polyfills, fallbacks or as they are.