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Labdien!

Tie, kas ir Webizstrādes skaipa čatā, zin, ka man bieži patīk uzdot jautājumu:

Kas Jauns Web Izstrādes Jomā?

Un zin arī to, ka dažreiz man laiks atļauj sameklēt diezgan daudz vairāk vai mazāk svarīgus jaunumus.

Dažreiz šo jaunumu sanāk diezgan daudz un grūti visus viņus izlasīt.

 

Tad nu no šīs dienas visus šos jaunumus (kas twītos apzīmēti ar #kjwij - ja gribat izmantojiet arī savos twītos šo hashtagu un jūsu twīts tiks iekļauts, bet lūdzu nespamojiet ;) ) varēs izlasīt kā paper.li "avīzīti", kas iznāks 1x dienā 14:00 pēc Rīgas laika.

 

Adrese:

http://paper.li/AleksejsZ/1329994142/~list

 

P.S. Jā, tā ir nekaunīga pašreklāma, lūdzu piedodiet! :)

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