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Christian Bäuerlein recently obtained his degree in Media System Design. He is passionate about Web development and creating all kinds of projects with JavaScript, PHP, Ruby and Java. You can follow him on this journey through his Twitter profile.

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Expand Your Development Skills With Creative Tech Projects

Even if you're an experienced Web developer, your next project doesn't have to be a website. Sometimes doing something outside of the usual Web developer's box is more fun and can even be educational. We'll try here to give you some inspiration on what to do on your next rainy day.

You can learn a lot by doing something other than building or designing a website. And if you stick with techniques that you can learn in a couple hours, you won't burden yourself either.

Nabaztag

As a Web developer, you have to constantly summon creativity and empathize with users. If you have a natural flare for design and usability, that's great. But our work can sometimes become inflexible and boring. We can lose our enthusiasm to try new things. To avoid this trap, we can strive to gain new insight by putting our common tools aside and exploring projects beyond the Web developer's usual environment.

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How To Automate Optimization and Deployment Of Static Content

A lot of traffic between users and your site comes from the static content you’re using to set up the user interface, namely layout graphics, Stylesheets and Javascript files.

Before optimization

This article shows a method to improve the providing of static content for a web platform. Further, it will show you a way to automate the deployment of these files, so you can deliver them with least effort but with maximum performance. This tutorial will take some time to set it up, but it’s going to save you hours of work in the future and will improve your page speed significantly.

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