The SitePoint Podcast: Podcast of the Year

The SitePoint Podcast

This week on the show, the guys celebrate winning .net Magazine’s Podcast of the Year award! Oh, and there’s a load of news: Google’s big security hole; an online book for web newbies built in HTML5; testing spinners and perceived performance; exploring the idea of keyboard-driven tooltips; and I.

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Episode 89 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week your hosts are Patrick O’Keefe (@iFroggy), Stephan Segraves (@ssegraves), Brad Williams (@williamsba), and Kevin Yank (@sentience).

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Here are the topics covered in this episode:

  1. We’re Podcast of the Year!
  2. Google Patches a Big Security Hole
  3. Google’s Online Book for Web Newbies
  4. Improving Perceived Performance with Spinners
  5. Poll: What’s the Worst MySQL Mistake?
  6. Keyboard-triggered Tooltips: Why Not?
  7. Internet Explorer 9 Benchmark Cheating

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