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Oracle Marketing Cloud Helps Brands Deliver Their Best Campaigns By Blending Sales, Marketing, and Data to Improve Conversion Rates

Oracle Marketing Cloud's Connected Data Boosts Conversions for Brands

Oracle Marketing Cloud, a comprehensive suite of data-driven programs, creates customer engagement, orchestrates experiences, and measures data and analytics to... read more »
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Sharpen Your Dev Skills with Code School — Gamified In-Browser Challenges, Entertaining Videos, and Real-Time Feedback

Sharpen Your Dev Skills with Code School Videos & Instant Feedback

Learn development languages from the comfort of your web browser with Code School. Originally a side project of a Florida dev shop, the online learning program has... read more »
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By: Laura Stamey
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How Mozilla Pushes the Limits of Browser Technology — Fostering the Open-Source Community with a Philosophy of Collaboration & Opportunity

How Mozilla Innovates Browser Tech & Fosters an Open Web

Mozilla is best known for their flagship browser technology Firefox, which changed and improved the way people interacted with the Internet. Firefox was created by a... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
12/13/2016
Dynamic Drive: The Story Behind the Free HTML and JavaScript Code Library and Its 16-Year Impact on the Dev Community

Dynamic Drive Provides Free HTML & JavaScript for Developers

 In 2000, the web was just beginning to grow up. Initially composed of static pages and text-only experiences, it now featured sites containing lively, multimedia... read more »
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By: Sean Garrity
12/12/2016
Inventor and Guardian of the World Wide Web: How Tim Berners-Lee and W3C Set the Standards That Protect Online Information

How Tim Berners-Lee and the W3C Set the Standard for Protecting the Web

How did the World Wide Web, this creation we hardly notice — yet couldn’t live without — come to be? Starting with a software program that helped him track his... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
12/12/2016
Our Editors' Top Pick: Why Adobe Premiere Elements is the Best Economical Video Editing Program for Sharing Videos Online

Our Top Pick: Why Adobe Premiere Elements is the Best Video Editor

With Premiere Elements, you don’t need to go to Hollywood to become a filmmaker. Adobe packages high-powered features into a novice-friendly, consumer-level video... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
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