Microsoft pitches Script Junkie site for “Serious Web development”
Microsoft with its Script Junkie Web site seeks to enable developers to better navigate Web technologies such as HTML, JavaSCript, and CSS, a Microsoft official said in a blog on Thursday evening.

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Script Junkie is Microsoft’s newest developer hub on MSDN, said S. Somasegar, senior vice president of the Microsoft  Developer Division. Billed as a site for “Serious Web development,” it is intended to serve as a resource for the latest in Web development techniques, providing solutions-based articles from JavaScript luminaries such as Christian Heilman.
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“MSDN’s goal has always been to help the developer get their job done more efficiently, and Script Junkie brings that assistance to Web-based coding,” Somasegar said. “Script Junkie is the start of a new generation of centers on MSDN focused on offering the best of Microsoft and non-Microsoft resources to address real-life and practical end-to-end developer scenarios.”

The site also features a forum for readers to participate.

Somasegar recalled that earlier this year, he cited “The Web as a Platform” as one of several key software development trends.

“Browser-based applications such as Mugtug show the increasing flexibility and power of Web technologies.  New and experienced developers alike are anxious to learn everything they can about how to take advantage of the Web to deliver experiences to their