There was a nice article at Sitepoint about Test Driven Development. The author, Chris Corbyn, walks through the TDD process using PHP examples, and describes some of the benefits he has discovered in the TDD process.
With both Firefox 3 and Opera 9.5 being freshly released, here’s a nice memory performance comparison of those browsers, as well as the IE Beta version 1 and Flock. The memory tests are computed by a custom built .NET application, and provide a good look at how these browsers compare in memory management on the Windows operating system.
The folks over at A List Apart offer us yet another excellent write-up. David Verba, Technology Advisor for Adaptive Path, takes a look at using prototypes in the web application development process, and what prototyping can offer that wireframes cannot.
Hallvord R. M. Steen of Opera offers a very interesting look at how the different browsers interpret the DOM, and what tools each of them provide for debugging. Some attention is also given to Opera’s new debugging tool, Dragonfly.