Make sure your title reflects what you do. I’d like to see less “Web developer” positions and more “front-end engineer” and “UI engineer” positions. […] Titles are often negotiable because, to some, they’re meaningless. But they do have meaning insofar as it communicates your value to the company.
We in the United States are pretty spoiled when it comes to web fonts since our alphabet has only 26 letters and a few punctuation marks. Adam pointed out that Asian character sets are much large, and so font files can be as large as 4-5 MB per file. So if you’re thinking about using non-standard fonts for Asian web sites, you may want to think again before imposing this on your users.
An alternate proposal mentioned in his twiki is to create a <scriptGroup> element that logically groups script files together: <scriptGroup id="group1" ordered="true"> <script src="foo.js"></script> <script src="bar.js"></script> <script> somethingInline(); </script> </scriptGroup>
Though I think personally would prefer <scriptbundle> or <scriptset>.