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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

But first let me take a selfie .COM

Every weekend I spend some time working on some personal projects. Yesterday, I grabbed a couple of domains and Just did it on a whim and today, we decided to build a simple application on the domain, The

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Posted in Personal Projects, Random Thoughts, Web Development, Web Services

GitHub releases ATOM editor for coders

This is pretty interesting since I’ve been thinking pretty hard about the tools that my team makes use of. It’s currently a closed beta for Mac OS users, so … if you’re not using a Mac right now, you’re going

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Posted in Coding, HTML5, Web Development

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
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