Managing or working with developers if you're not one yourself can be challenging. You may not understand what they do or how they do it, or even the words they use when they try to explain it. But don't worry. Here is some advice for non-developers on how to work alongside the techies in your team.Read more
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I've got a rule, which is to never write a blog post angry. It's a good rule, but it's a bit ambiguous. What, exactly, does angry mean? How long after being angry counts as not being angry anymore? What if I'm only mildly annoyed, or just a bit frustrated? What if I'm angry, but can write in a way that makes me sound not angry? These are the kind of questions I wrestle with.
Anyway. I've been reading a lot of CVs recently, from people applying for a frontend developer job. I've been building websites for twenty years, and while I won't belittle someone for having less experience than me, you need to know certain things to be a frontend developer. Here's why.Read more
I rambled a bit about my experience of using Windows 10 for the first time a little while ago. A few months have now passed, so has my experience got any better? Basically, no, not really. Read on, if you're interested.Read more
There are lots of good ways to both attract visitors to your website and keep them interested once they arrive. But there are also lots of ways to immediately make visitors leave. Here are six of them.Read more
I wasn't interested in Windows 10, but then I had to buy a new laptop and the decision was forced upon me. I've only been using it for a week now, but here are some thoughts on upgrading and using it.Read more