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Your Refcardz WishList: What Cards Would You Like To Appear in the Series?

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Your Refcardz WishList: What Cards Would You Like To Appear in the Series?

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As you know by now, we're celebrating the launch of our 100th Refcard at DZone this week. Today I have a simple question for you: are there any Refcardz that you would like to see in the series? If you've ever thought "there should be a Refcard for that", here is a chance for you to get that on the list for the future.

One card that I'd really like to see is a UML Refcard: UML translates nicely into the refcard format, and it would be a great addition to the Design Patterns refcard.Here's my own wishlist:

  • ObjectiveC
  • Publishing An iPhone App
  • Getting Started With Android 
  • Basic Javascript

Most of the above are related to work I'm doing right now. I'm sure there's more that I'd like to see, but that would be my top 4 at the moment.

Now, over to you, what refcardz would you like to see appear in the series.

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