Is HTML5 a serious tool? – investigating the tech part 2

Okay, since last time, I’ve changed the javascript somewhat to include recording the ‘mode’ of the browser – this is particularly significant to Internet explorer. I’ve also wrapped the code in a library that can be easily inserted into any page, and here is a link to it: Link to ‘browserStats’ library I requires jQuery ...

Is HTML5 a serious tool? – investigating the tech part 1

I have been doing a lot of reading about HTML5 and what it can and cannot do. There’s a lot of useful resources out there for this, some of which I mention in my HTML/HTML5 links here.  I’ve dipped into it a few times, and always felt the lack of anything useful across the main ...

About This Blog

About This Blog
I am a professional software developer, with skills firmly entrenched in Microsoft technologies. I have been doing this for more than a decade and a half, and I’ve found one thing as a developer: 90% of the skills you use at any given time will be mostly obsolete in 5 years.That’s the nature of the ...