Archive for April, 2012

Last night, I was at a local geek event and talking to a guy who’s writing a small start-up package. When I asked him about his project, he described is as a “dating site for World of Warcraft players.” He laughed self-deprecatingly, then went back to describing it as a place where newbies could learn […]

02Apr

Two releases. What have I learned?

Posted by Elf Sternberg as programming

I recently released two web-based products, RightNow and HTML5 Fridgemagnets, both of which exist to showcase some of my skills as a front-end web developer.  The biggest lessons of both products was simple: continual integration works. I like Makefiles.  This probably comes from my time as a server developer for CompuServe back in the 1990s, when […]


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