Microformats are cool, little standards for representing data in HTML. They give you "formats" for creating: contact-info (hCard) lists (XOXO) events (hCalendar) tags (rel-tag) Check out microformats if you need...
I have been working on web development for over two years. I do much more than programming, but that is a major responsibility in my daily work. I like to think that I am pretty good at what I’m doing. My professor use to say that if you cannot learn new technology in three months, you probably will not learn it well in five years. Hopefully I’ve learn something in those two years.
I was going to take a recent advice to write about what I learn. I believe that is an excellent advice. Writing helps me to better understand what I learn, hear, discover. It gives me time to reflect on my knowledge and skills. It helps me retain my knowledge longer.
Then, I run into a website dedicated to what I was going to write about. The website is SMACSS and it describes the best practices in CSS. I just started reading it, and it is an excellent resource. So, what am I going to do now? I will read SMACSS, I will learn, and I will write my own thoughts on this and related topics.