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Have an Idea – Let Us Talk

Do you have an idea? Let us talk! Many people have ideas for a website, blog, forum or a new software to make their life and business processes better. Often times people do not know who to contact or how

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2014 Flash Back

2014 was a great year and I look forward to great and wonderful things in 2015.  The year was filled with lessons, opportunities and friends.  I cannot say much was wrong with 2014.  New adventures, opportunities and friends is what

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Happy Holidays

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Welcome to London Ontario

Hey London;  We live in a great city.  We are full of excitement, technology, festivals, markets and home of some of the best mom and pop restaurants.  

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Giving Back

It is important to give back to the community in some way. Your community may vary from other people’s, but it is a great way to create awareness of charities you believe in, your company’s good deeds and create balance

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More Than Meets The Eye

There is more than meets the eye with me. On my resume it is majority Microsoft skills. Microsoft is used more than open source because that is what my work and customers demand from me.  Can I do more? Yes!

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Happy New Year – 2012

Wishing everyone a Happy New Year – 2012!

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Websites Responsive to Screen Size

I own a desktop, laptop, iPad and an HTC Android phone. Each device has a different screen size. I had never tried my website on the iPad and the Android phone until after the DIG 2011 conference in London Ontario.

Posted in #ldnont, Better Coding, Developer, Responsive, Screen Size, Skills, Web

Driving to Your Goals

Monday night at London Western Toastmasters, I gave a speech about getting the momentum going. It was geared to getting used to speaking, getting in front of the club and practicing. I had equated it to driving a 5 speed

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DIG London in Review

Wow, what a great day to be had. I had attended the web developer stream of DIG London which started off with a Keynote by Jeffery Zeldman.  Jeffery had shown us the importance of responsive design and suggested a few

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