Content Standards

Current State of CMSs Most of the stuff on the internet that doesn’t involve transactions fits into a nice generic bucket: Content. Content that is provided by individuals (primarily on social networks and blogs) and then of course, media outlets and companies (primarily websites with supporting social media presence). The market for providing Content Management… Continue reading Content Standards

Seeing with Ctags

Within all hackery, the road to mastery usually leads you to the nitty gritty low-level implementation details of what you are trying to grasp. Even though there are many books on advanced material, they only get you so far before you find that they are either no longer up-to-date or they don’t cover a particular… Continue reading Seeing with Ctags

Rebuilding Rails

It has been a couple of years since I first dove into Ruby on Rails to build some side projects. However, there’s still an awful lot of magic going on with the framework. With the release of Rails 4, there seems to be even more magic to make everything easier. Unfortunately, I’ve found myself in… Continue reading Rebuilding Rails

Static Blogs

Static What? Static blogs are blogs that are composed of just a bunch of HTML files. There’s no magic to it – No databases, WYSIWYG editors, etc. Just a bunch of files sitting on a webserver, waiting for a click or two. That sounds pretty lame You’re absolutely correct. Without any engine for the blog,… Continue reading Static Blogs

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