Jim Atkins, thedosmann, is a website programmer who started programming in the early 90's. He has worked professionally as a Manager of Technical Services, Website developer, hosting provider, and consultant since 1995.
In an increasingly technical world that depends on well written programs to run multi-million dollar infrastructures and global financial concerns, it is no surprise that programmers are in high demand.
I've been working for a few weeks now to republish Memphis Web Programming with a new look and feel. Here are some of the changes:
healthcare.gov - Well, it's pretty bad. After several hours of going through the initial registration and validation steps I got to a dead end at the point where I was supposed to be presented with my insurance options and costs.
Online banking continues to be an increasing method of choice for conducting business and paying bills. According to a recent Pew report, fifty-one percent of U.S. adults, or 61% of internet users, bank online.
Ember.js offers a good framework for JSON and JQuery in a fairly slick MVC with a good VIEWS API binding that will eliminate a lot of the grunt work of building JS applications.
Cisco report says the number of smartphones, tablets, laptops and internet-capable phones will exceed the number of humans in 2013. One can only imagine the power if an individual or group had control over a portion of those devices.
By observing Newton's law we can conclude that the efforts of the quantum dawn tests and the other security risk assessments undertaken across internet connected sites have been significant but have not yet matched the effort of the attackers.
Justin Carter - published content on the internet can echo forever and those listening may just misunderstand your message.
If an API becomes a way for developers to strengthen their bank account the result will be a weaker Internet and a strong stumbling block to the future of software development.