10 articles Articles posted in Tech

Oracle for Absolute Beginners

Every once in awhile, I like doing tutorials aimed at beginners. I’ve been doing web development for a long time, but I like to refresh my memory on the basics from time to time. And as anyone in this field knows, things change. (What do you mean I can’t use nested tables to lay out my pages??? Yes, that’s what we did in the Old Days. (And we liked it.))

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Scrum in 7 Minutes

An excellent introduction to one of my favorite things. I got certified as a ScrumMaster several years ago and I’ve been hooked ever since. Agile development for the win.

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Technology for Good | Cyber Seniors

A fantastic example of how technology can be a blessing, in this case helping seniors stay connected with their loved ones. They are getting a clear and tangible benefit of course – I’m curious about how the youths’ lives will be impacted through this experience as well.

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Art.sy App Brings the Museum to your Phone

Art.sy App Brings the Museum to your Phone

There’s nothing like seeing a great work of art in person, but making the art world more accessible is always a worthy goal…

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Don’t Lose your Latest Selfies – 50GB Free Storage with Box

If you’ve maxed out your free Dropbox storage and can’t think of anyone else to hit with your referral link, Box is offering 50GB free storage…

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Women in Tech Prize Added to MIT Programming Competition

Dream It. Code It. Win It. is a new competition highlighting the creative aspects of Computer Science. Organized by the MIT Club of New York, it is being dubbed a “create-a-thon” and seeks to encourage people of all backgrounds to participate. Tekserve, a technology sales and services company in New York, has announced sponsorship for a Women in Tech prize: The $5,000 Tekserve Prize is the only award geared specifically towards women in the $50,000 lineup of …

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Debugging JpGraph

I was recently working with JpGraph and got the broken image of death that seemed to preclude debugging. After googling around for a debug flag, I found a lot of people with the same issue but incomplete solutions at best. I was sure I used such a flag to display error messages before, but I couldn’t find it. Finally, I came across John Geddes’ blog, where I found the last piece of info I needed to print …

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Netrobe, Cloth, Clothia – Which is the best Fashion App?

Netrobe, Cloth, Clothia – Which is the best Fashion App?

The reality is that Netrobe, Cloth, and Clothia are all completely different fashion apps for different purposes.

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Not Enough Women in Tech? Not for Long.

Not Enough Women in Tech? Not for Long.

Let’s forget for a moment the “real reason” there aren’t more women in tech, the rise of the brogrammer, and the fact that MEN invented the internet. Let’s focus on the people and organizations that are actively facilitating getting women in tech – through teaching, mentorship, and cash.

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JasKnightArt.com

JasKnightArt.com

Once in awhile, I do a public facing website (as opposed to the internal projects I do at work). This is the most recent such project I did for Jas Knight.

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