Blowing Up a Pointless Job Interview
During an interview the HR guy asked me 2 questions that had the rest of the folks at the table offer me the job...
Q1: What 2 words best describe you?
A1: I would have to go with "Springer Guest"... Wait... the judge said "Repeat Offender"
Q2: What is your greatest weakness?
A2: I have a great distain for trick questions. I know you only want me to say something positive about myself because the negative thing about me is somehow a positive. But I am pretty grumbly hateful about it instead of humbly grateful.
I really do appreciate a good framework... My favorite one currently is Vanilla-js http://vanilla-js.com/
Check it out. Amazing performance.
Ask Slashdot: What Is the Best Way To Add Forums To a Website?
Customize it with CSS... call it a day. Forums are just pages with styled links. Your server doesn't suffer the load... the federated login is handled by others...
Journalist Tricked Captors Into Twitter Access
Will you shoot the blue earth down?
In the space station
Polishing the ray gun
You say correllation is not causation .... I know your a supra genius.
Anti-Google Video Runs In Times Square
Isn't keeping a list of who not to track a form of tracking?
Adobe Pushing For Flash TVs
So if a client has money and wants to pay you money to produce a flash application, you say "N O"?
So your client wants the following:
Pixel precise design
Media assets (video/sound)
Custom media controls
Robust charting (Flex Charting).
Give you money to do it.
Accessibility for blind users.
What do you use?
My main reason for use Flash/Flex is that the runtime is consistent across platforms and I don't have to take the time to rebuild portions of my application for IE anomalies. I take the time to make my controls accessible for blind users. In my videos I even embed a Closed Caption player. I can lazy load my data when it is needed on the screen. And I can cache my RSL's to make my content smaller the next time you come back.
Until something better comes along. Long live Flash/Flex.
When Is a Self-Signed SSL Certificate Acceptable?
1. Test box
2. When you have a smaller user base of users that actually know you. Like a workgroup that might uses a web front end to a database that isn't usually public facing but for whatever business reason isn't behind a firewall.
3. When you are cheap.
Blah blah... price of everything... cost of nothing... blah blah...