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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

Facebook F8 Developer Conference

Like it or not, Facebook is one of the major/integral platforms of the web as we know it today. I’m a bit late on this, but the F8 conference is something that all developers should pay attention to. Here is

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Posted in Facebook, Social Media, Social Networking, Web 2.0

Yet another great post from David Heinemeier Hanson

Thought that this was also super interesting.   As an avid Microsoft follower, I think that many of these open-source guys have and/or propagate an incorrect perception of the advancements and innovations that are happening on the Microsoft side, not

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Posted in Entrepreneurship, Productivity, Random Thoughts, Startup, Web 2.0, Web Development

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

OData in ASP.NET is a beautiful thing

This week I came to appreciate ASP.NET that much more. Hear me out for a bit. I was explaining the requirements of some Web API development that I needed done to a junior developer. That day I had literally thrown

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Posted in .NET, ASP.NET, Web 2.0, Web Services

Edit your (code) text files on SkyDrive!

Along with the new additions this week, you can also now edit your text files in SkyDrive. It’s not just for your plain ole .TXT file either, apparently you can edit, HTML, JavaScript, Ruby, Python, C#, etc. check out the

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Posted in Cloud, JavaScript, Microsoft, Random Thoughts, Web 2.0

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
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