Amazon has made book publishing easy. This is why I have chosen to author more books, without a publisher. To be blunt the process is much easier without the pu
The pages on the Azure Marketplace could use some simple refinements and load almost instantly across all devices and platforms. What you can learn from their mistakes to help your site perform better and achieve better search engine rankings.
Have you visited Microsoft's online store? I do at least 2-3 times a month. This weekend I wanted to see if there was a KidSpark class for my step-daughter. I c
I mentioned a few times on my Blog about losing weight and getting in shape last year. I wrote a book about the experience. I hope the book serves as inspiratio
Last year I migrated my SPA infrastructure away from ASP.NET MVC to just plain HTML. Removing this dependency gives me a broad latitude of freedom to work
Over Christmas I ordered most of our gifts from Amazon. I have Amazon Prime and it is a wonderful user experience because I rarely need to worry about shipping
This Christmas I bet you visited Amazon and if you are like me purchased at least one item. Last year I started Amazon Prime and love the free shipping, Sunday
The latest Windows update (Threshold 2) featured new standards support in Edge. While there are many new features and bug fixes one that got me a little energiz
One of the biggest objections to responsive design is the perception is negatively affects performance. Performance concerns were my biggest hang up before I fi
Single page applications have become very popular in recent years. They were created in an effort to make web apps feel more like native applications.
Over 108 days this past winter I lost 72 pounds. Since then I have kept it off and even trimmed a few more off lately. Nearly a year ago I had a car wreck follo
Last week Chrome's Paul Lewis released an article called 'The Cost of Frameworks' that stirred up the web development community.These sorts of articles stir up
The rate of change for software quality and expectations has dramatically increased and will continue to do so. Today's techniques and architectures are next mo
In case you missed it I was on Wednesday's DotNetRocks talking about web performance optimization. It was a great conversation with Carl and Richard and I wish
Recently I watched a video on Polymer animations. The video is a introduction tutorial using Polymer's animation library. The demonstration shows how to animate
Unless you have been out of the web development space the past 3-4 years you are using Grunt, Gulp or another task running to 'build' your web code. If you are
Two years ago I launched a new version of my Blog, a version I created to further dog food and demo my way of building modern web applications. One part I decid
What I learned attending the New York City Meet For Speed and how you can apply those lessons to improve your web site.
Last August I wrote an angry Blog post about the Chrome team deciding not to support Pointer Events. Thanks to some of the Internet Explorer (now Edge) engineer
I hate when I get obfuscated error message like 'The command "grunt.cmd" exited with code 6'. What the heck is code 6? Duh I know grunt did not work. Fortunatel
I am a Texas Rangers fan. I grew up in the Metroplex and suffered through season after season as a young boy with a terrible franchise. In recent years I have b