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Great JS Charting Library

Sharing some great finds. Was working on a couple of projects that needed some great support in the interactive charting department … wasn’t easy to find something that was of really high quality, very functional and inexpensive. Check out the

Posted in Hacking, HTML5, JavaScript, Productivity, Web 2.0, Web Development

Thinking about Non-Windows Technology Stacks

[Yet another post that has been in my drafts forever! I’m clearin’ em out] Couple of things have happened in 2013 that have really got me thinking about technology and technology stacks / technology eco-systems. For the lion’s share of

Posted in .NET, Entrepreneurship, Hacking, Microsoft, Productivity, Random Thoughts, Windows

Engadget: Google Web Designer launches in beta, available now as a free download

Engadget: Google Web Designer launches in beta, available now as a free download.

Posted in Entrepreneurship, Google, Hacking, HTML5, Random Thoughts, Web 2.0

Penny Pinching in the Cloud: When do Azure Websites make sense? – Scott Hanselman I shared this on my Twitter account a couple of minutes ago, but I think it deserves a quick post. I’ve really been thinking about hosting lately and think ing about technology stacks that you commit to and what

Posted in Azure, Cloud, Enterprise, Entrepreneurship, Hacking, Linux, Microsoft, Startup

Growth Hacking

This term has been bandied about for quite a bit and can be a topic of quite a bit of discussion. Caribbean it fellows should pay attention to this term if you haven’t already.   This is one of those

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Posted in Entrepreneurship, Hacking, National & Regional Development, Random Thoughts, Startup

Ever wanted to *quickly* test some JS, CSS or HTML

I found myself wanting to very quickly test the effects of some CSS / HTML / JavaScript without having to throw up a whole new project and have it run in a web host and then debug the HTML, JavaScript

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Posted in Hacking, JavaScript, jQuery, Random Thoughts, Social Networking, Web 2.0

PhoneGap is coming to Trinidad for MobiWorld

The Caribbean Ideas team has been hard at work planning and organizing the logistics around our MobiWorld conference. It’s shaping up to be a really awesome event for both developer and business folk. You all should know by now that

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Posted in Android, Blackberry, Hacking, iOS, JavaScript, Mobile, National & Regional Development, WP7
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