What Can I Do To Help Young People With Drug Problems?

This is in fact an excellent question. You see, nowadays not mean people actually realise the fact that, there are certain people out there, especially young people that need help. Just because a person is using drugs, that does not necessarily mean that we have to write them off. Completely forget about their existence and […]

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How To Make A Blog: Getting Started

Having a blog has become quite popular these days and people do it for a variety of reasons. Some of them would set it up so that they can learn something from it while there are those who do it just so they can have an outlet to express their thoughts. With some, the blogs […]

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How to Make a Vacation the Best One?

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Scandinavia is a region in the Western Europe and includes three countries under its treaty: Sweden, Norway, and Finland. According to most tourists and people who have opted this as their profession, the Scandinavian countries are the world’s top countries to visit. The natural beauty of mountains, hills, landscape, seas, auroras, forests, parks, zoos, history, […]

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Why Using A Water Flosser Is Important For Oral Hygiene?

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Each and every part of human body is important and we have to take care of every component in order to keep our body in the best working shape. No matter whether it is the heart or lungs or your teeth, everything demands attention and if you keep giving them the attention they needs, they […]

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Ember framework diagram

Here is my current draft diagram of the Ember  framework based on how I’ve used it so far (so very much incomplete).  I drew it to help me organize my own work.  I’ve coupled shorthand keywords with arrows to show the hooks that hold the framework together whether from Javascript,  Handlebars, or just descriptive words. […]

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Web, App, Mobile

I’ve been updating my personal web development infrastructure lately, which finally includes doing some PhoneGap apps.  So I’ve now got the ability to have the identical codebase working on mobile, tablet, or any modern browser on any OS.  Not bad.  Feeling pretty good about it.   My aha moment was when trying out Adobe’s PhoneGap […]

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My Javascript framework journey to Ember.js

I’ve spent the last several months learning one JavaScript framework and then moving on to the next as soon as I found something more promising.  I started with a project that had a MooTools/XSLT setup. After completing it, I accidentally stumbled upon JavaScriptMVC which was an interesting change from what I’d just been working with. […]

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A look at Adobe Muse

Having just developed my first Adobe Muse site, I can say I’m mostly happy with it. It seems like the natural path for print designers to follow if they are looking to do something beyond InDesign. You can do many things without having any technical knowledge, even of simple HTML or CSS. It is built […]

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Is it time to go back to custom development?

I’ve spend the last couple of months investigating some technologies, both recent and not quite recent, after a long while in heads down mode.  And it seems clear that software development technology is changing rapidly lately.  I would approach development in a far different way today than we considered even in 2012.  Developing Internet applications continues to […]

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Ruby vs. Python vs. PHP vs. Node.js (popularity)

Saw an old 2011 info graphic (still being proffered as good today – need a date on that graphic itself) comparing Ruby vs. Python vs. PHP.  Did some ratio calculations on data counting the number of people per job posting and found that even though there were fewer Ruby programmers, there was a better ratio […]

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