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I’m all for encouraging people to take up web development if it’s a career that appeals to them, but I’m also wary that some ability to code in PHP and a basic understanding of how databases work does not a web developer make.

DevelopersSecuritySystem AdministrationWeb Development
Feb 19, 2016, 4:00 pmBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

Whenever we introduce interactive elements to our websites, whether as a simple form or a full blown web app, the risk of security vulnerabilities comes along for the ride. The complex moving parts of an interactive site — client-side JavaScript; server-side PHP, Python, or other scripting languages; and a database — increases the chances we’ll […]

DevelopersSecurityWeb Apps
Nov 20, 2015, 5:08 pmBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

It’s no secret that Google has big plans for the future of the mobile web. And really, why shouldn’t it? Even a brief look at the numbers is enough to make it clear that smartphones and tablets are the future of Internet browsing – possibly even of general computing. To that end, the company’s launched […]

DevelopersGoogle
Nov 12, 2015, 3:48 pmBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

Last month, we talked about why JavaScript is undergoing a renaissance. This month, I’d like to take a look at some of the best, free resources on the web available to developers — and soon-to-be developers — who want to take advantage of the popularity of JavaScript. As you might expect of a language that […]

DevelopersJavascript
Aug 20, 2015, 10:26 amBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

Performance on the web doesn’t come for free. It’s the result of a concerted effort to make sites fast. It takes conscious thought, and, occasionally, sacrifices of both time and desired features.

DevelopersEnterprise ITSystem AdministrationWeb Server
Aug 13, 2015, 12:23 pmBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

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