Sunday, September 28, 2014

define: Bias for Action

What is bias for action? definition and meaning:
"Propensity to act or decide without customary analysis or sufficient information 'just do it' and contemplate later. Popularized by Tom Peters, author of 'In Search For Excellence,' as a distinguishing feature of agile firms." Amazon Values
Locations Title

"Bias for Action
Speed matters in business. Many decisions and actions are reversible and do not need extensive study. We value calculated risk taking."

Office 365 Trial @ Microsoft Virtual Academy

Getting the Most out of Your Office 365 Trial:

"This course steps you through Office 365 plan selection, initial user deployment, service configuration, real-time testing, and more. Set up your domain, try the new Outlook Web Access, and work with a SharePoint collaboration site. End the day with a complete Office 365 trial tenant, ready for further evaluation and experimentation."

SVG: Stroke Attributes

a nice tutorial how to use "stroke" tool in SVG, to make better images

Using SVG Stroke Attributes - Modern Web

web: CSS tricks

continuous evolution of the (modern/responsive) web...

5 things you won't believe are only built with CSS - Modern Web:

(CSS) BareKit

podcast: More CSS than JavaScript with Trevan Hetzel @ .NET Rocks!

Foundation | The Most Advanced Responsive Front-end Framework from ZURB

(alternative to Bootstrap)

Responsive CSS Framework Comparison: Bootstrap, Foundation, Skeleton