Not-paid is a script for web designers to add to their websites just in case clients refuse to pay for work. Users simply set a due date for payment and then add the code to the head tag of the site, and once the due date is over the site will become increasingly opaque until it disappears altogether. Check it out.
Back when I started, all you needed to know was how to make HTML work in Netscape and Internet Explorer. Browser wars were all we had to deal with. Now, there are so many things a developer must know, it's nearly impossible to be a true Full Stack Developer. Read this from someone who seems to agree.
I've been learning Windows PowerShell the past few weeks and found another way to create a new .NET solution and project, via the command line. Take a look at this quick tutorial on how to via PowerShell. Read about it...
Ever been working with time calculations and wonder why things seem to be an hour off? Could it be you forgot to consider DST? Take a look at how you can avoid this and other time/date issues. Read this...
Today's young developers don't know the pain of having to support IE6 or even the days when the browser wars meant Netscape vs Microsoft. Read More...
Very interesting new feature. Learn how to use the using static declaration to make your C# code more compact.
Think you're worth more than they are paying you? Here are some tips on how to increase your income without working another job. Salary Negotiation 101: How to Know (and Ask For) the Salary You Deserve - https://hired.com/blog/candidates/salary-negotiation-tips-know-your-worth/
One of my biggest problem areas with Umbraco has always been user management. The Umbraco 7.7 upgrade features a completely new User section. Take a look at all the new goodness and share your thoughts. umbraco.com/blog/hello-umbraco-77/
Every feel like a phony? Feel like all eyes are looking at you and you're the one who's naked? They found me out! I'm a phony! Guess what, we all are at some point in our life, some more times than others. But the imposter syndrome is quite common, even earning a place in Wikipedia. Check out this great blog post from Scott Hanselman.
I've used jQuery's ajax method for years to get at XML and JSON data. But what if that's all I need from jQuery? Why must I load a huge library just for ajax? Now you don't have to. This article explains how: https://css-tricks.com/using-fetch/