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bio website dori.com
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Dori Smith is the best-selling co-author of JavaScript: Visual QuickStart Guide, 9th edition; Dreamweaver: Visual QuickStart Guide; Styling Web Pages with CSS: Visual QuickProject Guide; and Mac OS X Unwired. She also created the videos JavaScript Essential Training and Ajax Essential Training for Lynda.com, wrote Java 2: Visual QuickStart Guide and contributes to numerous online and print computer industry magazines. A frequent speaker at industry conferences, she was a founding member of the Web Standards Project and is Publisher and ListMom for the Wise-Women's Web community. She co-founded and contributes to the long-running Backup Brain weblog.

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Jul
28
answered Does W3C membership help future career?
Jul
20
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
14
awarded  Convention
Jul
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
14
comment What advantages do simple text editors like TextMate have over Eclipse for Java development?
It's worth keeping in mind that there's a non-negligible chance that TextMate will have problems with Lion (after all, there are still plenty of open Snow Leopard issues).
May
21
revised Path of Replication
edited tags
May
13
comment Thinking of switching from mac to windows, need a little guidance
@Paper - There's an app that's even more vaporware-like than TextMate? That's a scary thought…
Apr
7
awarded  Taxonomist
Mar
29
comment What are the legal requirements for verifying a user's age? (United States)
Take a look at COPPA‌​, which did make it into law, and has been enforced.
Mar
25
answered Which should I be learning, HTML or XHTML?
Mar
8
awarded  Fanatic
Feb
27
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
19
answered Are there efforts to build a collaboratively edited HTML/JS/DOM reference?
Feb
19
comment HTML/CSS plagiarism
@Josh - Now that he's deleted the link, yes. Prior to that, well, the FAQ says that when you link to your own site, "you must disclose your affiliation in your answers."
Feb
18
comment HTML/CSS plagiarism
Max, it's against the rules on SE sites to spam mentions of your company and not include your affiliation.
Feb
16
comment Dealing with inflexible programmers
I edited the question to change "institutionalized" to "inflexible." Given that I initially looked at this question because I thought it was about mentally ill programmers, I figured it could use some re-wording.
Feb
16
revised Dealing with inflexible programmers
Fixed grammar and phrasing
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
8
answered Is obtrusive JavaScript ever ok?
Feb
6
answered Do you own your tools?