Some funny stuff has been going on over at Ellis Labs and I'm questioning how long ExpressionEngine will continue to be my first choice CMS. I still love and think it's well worth the money, but there are rumblings of discontent from the community.
Short biographies of the top cyclists ever to grace the world's roads: Lance Armstrong, Marco Pantani, Jacques Anquetil, Fausto Coppi, Bernard Hinault, Miguel Indurain, Eddy Merckx, Greg Lemond...
Simple: good developers view validation as a tool; lesser developers view it as a necessity. The ability to critically analyse information and make your own judgements in the face of what appears to be accepted wisdom, as one does when accepting standards are only a tool, is evidence a developer has reached a certain competency.
Are you a piler or a filer? Neither are good, and I'm guilty of both, which is probably the worst thing possible! For months at a time, my inbox fills gradually and turns into a giant octopus with its tentacles waving at me, until I eventually give in and find the time to file everything - only for the cycle to start all over again.
A list of my favourite third-party ExpressionEngine addons and why I use them
A bit about me as a web developer in Norwich, who I work with, and so on
Recent EU legislation has implications for website owners, and not just those eating bananas. The EU may have been hoodwinked into thinking cookies are evil, but us in the real-world need them, so what do we do? Not follow the BBC!
Full contact details for anyone wanting to get hold of me, and my social media links
Anyone who argues Macs have inherent advantages over Windows-based PCs in a primary school environment is talking twaddle.