9 months ago in Web5 min read
E-commerce presents a special set of challenges for front-end developers, not the least of which is choosing how the client’s web customers will eventually pay them.
10 months ago in Work3 min read
It’s easier than ever to carve a solid career out of web development. One of the greatest benefits is that so many employers and clients have no problem with remote workers.
10 months ago in Web4 min read
With a lowered barrier to entry for creating a website that doesn’t look terrible to look at, even with zero technical experience, web hosting/platform websites like Squarespace, Wordpress, and Blogspot are shaking up the marketplace of URL-owners where now single-man operations can theoretically compete with multi-million-dollar backed companies. Is this new phenomenon crippling web development? Or is it merely a new paradigm that web developers integrate into their working knowledge?
a year ago in Work, Life, Travel7 min read
If you have the knowledge and skills required, and you know you can hold yourself to a standard of reliability with any potential client: congratulations—you too can live the life of a digital nomad.
a year ago in Web1 min read
Something amazing that I've recently discovered and few people know about; immersive 3D cities in google maps.
2 years ago in Web4 min read
A brief summary of the history of web accessibility