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10th Anniversary Mozilla Developer Network

Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) is an open and collaborative learning platform for Web technologies (HTML, CSS and JavaScript). MDN goes beyond providing essential coding information; it addresses developers’ needs through its supporting community of volunteer developers, with the aim of inspiring ideas, encouraging collaboration and ultimately, fostering the growth of the open Web. For a wide range of Web developers, from learners to hobbyists to full‐time professionals, MDN provides useful explanations for coding practice, instructions on downloading and building code, articles on how the code works. It also gives guidance on how to build add‐ons for Mozilla applications and apps for Firefox OS, user‐submitted runnable demos of Web technologies, and helpful answers on development planning and strategy.

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New Sharing Features in Firefox

Whichever social network you choose, it’s undeniable that being social is a key part of why you enjoy the Web. Firefox is built to put you in control, including making it easier to share anything you like on the Web’s most popular social networks. Today, we’re announcing that Firefox Share has been integrated into Firefox Hello. We introduced Firefox Share to offer a simple way of sharing Web content across popular services such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn and Google+ and other social and email services  (full list here) to help you share anything on the Web with any or all of your friends.

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#MozBelajar Juni 2015, Liburan Impian di Jakarta Digital Valley

Hujan nyaris tak turun di bulan Juni dan kami bisa mengadakan lagi #MozBelajar untuk mereka yang ingin belajar tool-tool Webmaker. Kali ini, kami menggunakan tempat yang lebih luas, di Jakarta Digital Valley, yang berada di tengah kota Jakarta. Dari lantai 6 Menara Multimedia, para peserta bisa melihat pemandangan kota sambil mencari inspirasi makes seperti apa yang ingin mereka buat.

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Meski AdaCamp Tiada Lagi

Beberapa hari yang lalu sebuah kabar mengejutkan tiba di inbox email saya. Sepucuk email yang menyatakan bahwa AdaCamp, sebuah acara yang diselenggarakan untuk meningkatkan partisipasi perempuan dalam teknologi terbuka dan kebudayaan (open technology and culture), tidak akan diselenggarakan lagi, setelah selama tiga tahun (2012-2014) diselenggarakan sekurangnya dua kali berturut-turut.

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