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Javascript

Posted by on Jul 23, 2014

Often times my biggest problem with software development is being able to communicate with other developers because it turns out we are calling the same thing different names, or...

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CSS

Cross Browser CSS Gradient – no images

Posted by on Jul 24, 2012

Just a quick post today to document this very easy gradient technique. No images, no js, no extra overload.

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48 Hours

Learning Grunt

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014

If you aren’t using Grunt yet, don’t delay. Run through this quick tutorial and get started using it for everything. It’s easy to set up, and awesome to use.

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Act on It!

Act On It!

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014

A series of quotes that you should work through to make sure you’re on the right track, and to keep yourself there.

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Angular Directives

Often times my biggest problem with software development is being able to communicate with other developers because it turns out we are calling the same thing different names, or using the same name to talk about different things. This is most often felt during technical assessments when interviewing for a new job. One of the reasons that I like AngularJS so...

WordPress Seminar part 1

Learning Grunt

Learning Grunt

Jan 26, 2014

If you aren’t using Grunt yet, don’t delay. Run through this quick tutorial and get started using it for everything. It’s easy to set up, and awesome to use.

Act On It!

Act On It!

Jan 26, 2014

A series of quotes that you should work through to make sure you’re on the right track, and to keep yourself there.

HTML5 tags

HTML5 tags

Jan 26, 2014

HTML5 semantic tags and their definitions

Hoodie

Hoodie

Jun 28, 2013

I was first introduced to Hoodie via one of my favorite weekly newsletters JavaScript Weekly. Which had a link for this Hoodie Introduction Presentation that was originally given at the Hamburg Javascript usergroup in June 2013. Basically Alex Feyerke starts off by saying that server side ‘stuff’ is someone else’s job. We (as front end folks)...

Node Project

Node Project

Jun 28, 2013

I was thrown into learning Node for an interview assessment that I had when I was interviewing for companies in Atlanta. They were interested in seeing what I could do with a technology that I wasn’t familiar with. So I had 24 hours to complete the following: The Challenge Create a NodeJS based ExpressJS server that responds to the following request with...