Archive For January, 2008
I don’t want to sound condescending, but it was something that was bound to come up. I ran into it working with the Tactical Sensor Model (also called the Common Sensor Model, and finally, Joint Sensor Model) working group. In that situation, the API needed to grow as the abilities and capabilities of the Sensors [...]
I recently read a SitePoint Newsletter (Tribune #387) that was titled, “Why This Industry Sucks”. It outlined some points that I have been thinking for a while. Things like, how to prove you are a good developer in a sea of bad developers. I look at other people’s code all the time (when we get [...]
Defined here: http://www.wilsonweb.com/wmt5/viral-principles-clean.htm. . Fantastic article and emphasizes its point by being viral itself. I highly recommend anyone interested in making money with the web, read this.
Great presentation for those considering table based layouts. I think its an old link, but still VERY relevant. http://www.hotdesign.com/seybold/
In case anyone is searching around on Google or Yahoo! for a character encoding format that works for iTunes – I have found that UTF-8 works great. And I use htmlentities($str, ENT_QUOTES, “UTF-8″) to get the text formatted properly. Also a note, that if you leave the length field empty, iTunes doesn’t display the file [...]
For me, it is very refreshing and brings a sense of newness…at least during January. Once we get past February, the newness has faded and when I write the date on checks, it is more of a habit to write out the new year. But for now, lets settle into newness. And to go with [...]