January 8, 2003

#3: Object-Oriented Programming

OOP is not language specific, but as with most things, it is easier to learn while using concrete examples. For this reason, you may want to first pick a language

#6: Regular Expressions

While regular expressions are most commonly used for text manipulation, such as searching and search-and-replace, they can also be used to test for certain conditions in a text file or

#5: JavaScript

Our QuickStarts and 10-Minute Solutions should help you get a painless jumpstart on your foray into JavaScript. There’s lots of short tutorials here that will teach you to accomplish very

#8: Flash MX

You’ll find it far easier to familiarize yourself with Flash MX if you already know how to use Flash. If you don’t, don’t worry. There are plenty of resources available

#7: Design Patterns

Using design patterns again assumes a thorough knowledge of an OOP language as well as OOP principles. This is another situation where you might want to acquire a book or