Let’s not start with the clichés here. I already stopped smoking, changed my food habits and started doing sports last year, so this year, my resolutions are going to be of purely technological and work-related nature.
As i find “personal” resolutions a bit an old-fashioned and most of the time also very hypocritical – as i always strive to learn something while “on the job” – here’s some resolutions that in my role as a web developer I will take very seriously in 2014.… Read more
I’ve been a web developer for roughly 16 years now. I admit i haven’t been there from the beginning, but i caught a lot of the early developments back in the late nineties. Some of you may remember such atrocities such as Microsoft’s Frontpage, which back then was nothing more than a very simple WYSIWYG editor with FTP integration.… Read more
The blog you read right now is based on WordPress.
I quite like WordPress. In fact I’ve grown fond of it over the years. While i had an aversion to lots of standardized open source CMS (most notably Joomla, Typo3 and Drupal), WordPress was always the one platform that i had highest hopes in.… Read more