Lately I’ve been playing around a little with AngularJS, and I’m pretty impressed. It’s amazing how many time saving features and structure this framework brings to your applications. I decided to build an app to calculate AdSense earnings, and I’ll demonstrate it here.
Recently GitHub rolled out some improvements to GitHub Pages, their free static page hosting service. As this is a static site I’ve recently had a lot of interest in static hosts and seeing which ones might be the best. I decided to do a comparison and see how some major services, including GitHub pages serve up static content. I was a bit surprised.
So I have started to pull down some of my stats from 2013. While most people are somewhat secretive with their analytics, I can show mine and share some of what I’ve learned over the last year, and what I did right, as well as what I did wrong.
With software projects it’s rare that a failure points to a single cause or person. Usually it’s a culmination of many smaller mistakes. With technology and formal project management best practices are usually well documented and available. One thing that isn’t talked about as much is attitude. The attitude of persons in your group or your group as a whole is one of the biggest factors of your success.
Technical Debt is one of the most expensive and problematic issues your company can have when it comes to development. Here I will explain what it is, and how to avoid it.
Today I’m going to show you how to set up Magento with Ubuntu 13.04 on Windows Azure. Scalability and performance are always a concern with Magento, and one way you can rectify that is to throw some more server power at it. Windows Azure is great for this purpose.
Today I’m going to show you how I created a cloud service with Microsoft Windows Azure. It’s pretty easy, and the tools are great to work with. I am putting the code up on GitHub if you want to extend or experiment with it.