I’ve been experimenting recently with creating “responsive” web designs. One of the problems I’ve encountered is that unless you have a smartphone, you can’t really see what your site would look like to a mobile user.
I got my WordPress plugin WPQuotidian published last night. Thanks to the 23 brave souls who have already downloaded it. If you find it useful, please donate here. … Continue reading
I cranked out my first WordPress plugin today. If you’ll look to the right you’ll see “Wisdom For Today.” This uses a plugin I’m testing on the site that I’m calling WPQuotidian. The idea is simple: instead of having a … Continue reading
Project management in software development has undergone a lot of upheaval in recent years thanks to the rise of “agile” methodologies. This article is an attempt to explain to the technical lay person what the fuss is about.
Developers who use Microsoft SQL Server Express for database development will have a new option going forward. Microsoft has announced plans for a developer-specific version of SQL Server to be called SQL Server LocalDB. Billed as a “better SQL Express,” … Continue reading
The late 1990s represented the biggest boom in I. T. the industry had yet seen. Thousands of business firms and government entities scrambled to update their systems ahead of the year 2000. Programmers, especially those with skills in older mainframe-based … Continue reading