Securing Web Application Technologies – “The SWAT Checklist provides and easy to reference set of best practices that raise awareness and help development teams create more secure applications. It's a first step toward building a base of security knowledge around web application security. Use this checklist to identify the minimum standard that is required to neutralize vulnerabilities in your critical applications.'” (or grab the poster here in PDF format)
6 Reflections After 3 Years of Business – in the style of Patrick McKenzie. Summaries like this are useful – this post inspired me to do a quick (private) one of my own, and there’s something about seeing numbers visualised that can be incredibly powerful for both planning and reflection (yes, I realise that’s stating the obvious a little).
Step by step from jQuery to Backbone – experienced in jQuery but interested in Backbone? Well, click the link.
Extending the ASP.NET Optimization Framework – a couple of useful ideas for customising ASP.NET’s bundling and minification functionality introduced in v4.5. Particularly useful for anyone using jQuery templates.
Bundling and minifying in ASP.NET MVC – a basic 101 post introducing the aforementioned functionality, with a couple of tips and tricks thrown in.
Holy Grail of eCommerce Conversion Optimization - 91 Point Checklist and Infographic – I found the infographic a bit of a mess, but when you look at the items in list form there’s a few there that are good points and reminders. There’s also a lot of recommending services that are probably affiliates of SEOMoz.