Archive for March, 2009
I use to use Encarta a lot during middle school, junior high and high school. Microsoft has released its final version this year.
For those who loved the Penguins from the movie Madagascar they now have their own TV show on Nick.
I built this new website for a mosque in Silver Spring. Check it out here. It’s using WordPress and a free theme that I found that was hacked to fit their needs.
Still needs some minor tweaking.
So today Microsoft released IE8. This is good news for all those IE users (which is only about half the users online). Unfortunately many people are still using IE6. I understand some companies require it but IE 8 is out now and I’m almost positive your software can work on IE 7. If the software you are using doesn’t work on IE7, then the you should question those in charge of providing the software.
As a web developer, accommodating IE6 is really annoying and at times painful. We still do this for our clients sine almost 25% of the users worldwide are using IE6. This was understandable but by now many of them should upgrade to at least IE7. So if your company is still using IE6, please for the sake of all the web designers and developers around the world, put it to rest!
It’s this Friday. Can’t wait. I saw the “frakkin” special they had on Sci-Fi which just made it worse for me in being patient for the finale. Not really sure what to expect, but many people are saying the entire human race was always dead and everyone is a cylon.
I want to know what Starbuck is, and where will they end up. Also, what happens to the Cylon civil war. One more day, and the answers will come.
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Time really flies. I still feel that I’m new in the working world. Last year this time I began my first professional job right after graduating with my bacehlor’s. Many people say it’s all about the money, which is true, but it’s also about the environment and the people. The company I work for has a really great atmosphere and the culture is very laid back and relaxing. Compared to my family and friends and hearing them complain about their jobs, I am thankful to God that I have such a great bunch of co-workers.
On top of that, the amount of knowledge that I have gained with working with jQuery, basic PHP development and working with the companies framework is priceless. It has helped me with many of my personal projects and helped my sites grow greatly.
I look foward to continuing my growth and increasing my knowledge.
I wonder if anyone from my work will actually read this, haha. Holla if you do!
The official one is currently 8.1%, but the real one is much greater than that. You can find the details here.