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  • Discussion related to Windows 10, 8.1, 7, Server 2008/2012/2016, or related operating systems by Microsoft.

  • PHP


    A widely used open source general purpose scripting language suited for website development.

  • HTML


    Hypertext Markup Language which is a standard markup languaged used for creating web pages or web applications.

  • Questions and discussion on Adobe's discontinued Flash and/or its associated ActionScript scripting language.

  • Discuss hardware such as motherboards, hard drives, memory, and computers in general.

  • An object-oriented programming language commonly used to create a dynamic applications within web browsers.

  • CSS


    Cascading style sheets that describes the presentation of a document written up in HTML or another markup language.

  • Linux


    Discuss Unix and Linux O/S such as Redhat, CentOs, Ubuntu, Debian, FreeBSD, and more.

  • MySQL


    An open-source SQL relational database system that is widely used with websites.

  • Video


    Discuss the creation, recording, copying, playback, broadcasting, and display of moving visual media.

  • Photoshop, Illustrator, 3D renders, digital graphics & drawing.

  • Fonts


    Web typography that is a particular size, weight, and style of a typeface or a design of lettering that is used in web pages.

  • ASP


    An open source, server-side web application framework developed by Microsoft and designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages.

  • SQL


    Structured Query Language that is used for querying relational databases.

  • phpBB


    An internet bulletin board forum framework written in PHP supporting multiple database engines, flat messages structure, and numerous plugins.

  • Discussion related to Apple and products included iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and iOS.

  • Photography taken with digital cameras or scanned.

  • XML


    Extensible Markup Language that defines a set of rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human and machine readable.

  • A raster or pixel-based graphics editor used with photo editing and manipulation.

  • The most widely used web server software that is free, open-sourced, and cross-platform that powers millions of websites.

  • A proprietary web development tool helping to build websites assisting in design, code, and managing content.

  • Software that manages spreadsheets featuring calcuation, graphing tools, pivot tables, and a macro programming language called Visual Basic.

  • Talk about the Adsense based contextual ad system including news, integration, and different types of media for placement such as content, mobile, search, and feeds.

  • Perl


    A high level, general purpose, dynamic programming language used for graphics programming, system administrationg, or other applications.

  • C++


    C++ introduces object-oriented programming features to the C language to provide abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.

  • A system software that manages computer hardware, software resources, and provides common services for different computer programs.

  • An .htaccess file is a directory level configuration file typically used with Apache Web Servers that allow overriding of different settings.

  • A popular open-sourced blogging or content management system written in PHP and paired with MySQL or MariaDB.

  • Discussion about Adwords related news, integration, performance, optimization, and Adwords API.

  • AJAX


    A set of web development techniques on the client-side browser where applications can send and receive data asynchronously.

  • RSS


    A standardized, computer-readable web feed that allows users and applications to access updates from websites.

  • Information gathering, SQL injection, mail header injection, XSS attacks and prevention, among others.

  • A process that is used to reproduce text and images from a master form or template typically onto paper with ink or toner.

  • A protocol that allows a web developer to inform search engines about URLs on a website that are available for crawling.

  • A JavaScript library that is designed to simplify HTML DOM tree traversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and AJAX.

  • iOS


    The mobile operating system that powers many of Apple's devices including the iPhone and iPad.

  • C#


    A general-purpose, multi-paradigm compiled programming language that uses component-oriented disciplines with strong typing.

  • A vector graphics editor that lets you create SVGs, logos, icons, drawings, typography, and complex illustrations in a scalable format.

  • An interpreted language which emphasizes code readability and a syntax which allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code.

  • Discuss setting up and integrating with your website analytics software to provide insights into your website traffic and marketing effectiveness.

  • A web mapping platform offered by Google that includes satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps, panoramic views of streets, and an API for website use.

  • Talk about any API interfaces, tools, or apps that utilize or work with APIs including SOAP or REST

  • A mobile operating system based on a modifed version of the Linux Kernel and other open source software developed by Google.

  • A digital visual effects, motion graphics, and compositing application used in the post-production process of film making, video games, and television production.

  • A Microsoft operating system framework that supports building and running applications and web services.

  • A file and data exchange format that uses human readable text to store and transmit data objects containing key/value pairs.

  • A non-linear professional video editing software program developed by Apple that can be used to edit, process, and output to a wide variety of video formats.

  • Technologies that enable devices and applications to communicate data with each other electronically over a variety of mediums.