Web Development Archive
I’ve been thinking a lot about our digital selves and what we can do to ensure our content doesn’t disappear (unless we want it to), so that people years from now can learn about us. The good people at BlogHer gave me the perfect opportunity to share my thoughts and drop some knowledge about this at this year’s conference. These are my notes.
In order to make an accurate modern-day simulator of the first cross-platform web browser, a lot of old code must be read and understood. Here are a few things I learned along the way!
The web’s past is rich with details that are often lost to those who didn’t experience them first-hand. Don’t let
For years and years, I have coded HTML forms with paragraphs. I would tell people that an input field and its label, plus any associated data (help text, error messaging, whatever), should be wrapped by a paragraph. To me, the contents are semantically and syntactically related; and much like any other written document, each form […]
Consistently, web developer candidates follow up with me after an interview for feedback. The number one question I get? What else should I have known or said during the interview to land the job? Find out my top three interviewing tips!
If you’re looking to enhance your skills, improve the quality of your work, find a better job, or even if you just want to have a backup brain handy, I recommend HTML & CSS: The Good Parts.
Is Internet Explorer 6 an old, outdated, hanger-on of a browser? Yes, absolutely. Does it require the use code hacks in order to achieve semi-parity with more modern browsers? Yes, it does. Should this be such a problem for web professionals? No, it shouldn’t.
If you’re interviewing for a coding job, at some point you’re going to be asked technical questions. If you’ve never interviewed for a web development job before, or if it’s been a while, you might be wondering what to expect. Let me help you out by revealing some real web developer interview questions!
It’s a new year, and perhaps you’re a Web Developer looking for a new job. As a long-time Web Developer, here are three things I prepare when looking for work, whether it be freelance or full-time. And as a hiring manager, these are the same three things I’m looking for from the candidates who apply for work!