Last month I posted about WalMart.com doing really well online and why performance was a competitive advantage. In fact their Thanksgiving week sales were up an
Please Go Listen to DotNetRocks Episode 1075 SPA Using Knockout With Steve SandersonChristmas break is a great time of year for me. I get some time to separate
I love my Surface Pro, but since purchasing my Pro 3 in early August I have had chronic Wifi issues. In particular the Wifi fails to connect when coming out of
If you have read this Blog, my book, reviewed my code, worked with me or attended one of my presentations you know Grunt is a must have tool for modern web deve
Earlier this week I spent some time with Carl and Richard to record a DotNetRocks episode about modern web development. It just happened to be episode 1024, how
Setting up my new Surface Pro means having to install all the software and tools I need to get my work done. As a web developer this includes node, grunt and ot
As software development matures customer expectations rise, application complexity increases and the ability to have a 'full stack' developer an impossibility.
Over the past couple of years I have nibbled about enterprise mobility issues on this blog. Over same time I have talked to multiple enterprises about adopting
Last week I came across a Blog post by Sourcegraph's Quinn Slack on 5 painful things about client-side JS or single page web applications. As I read Quinn's poi
Developers know memory leaks are bad news and eventually cause an application to crash. Today languages like C# effectively shield developers from memory manage
Recently I was chatting with a friend that works with trees. The topic of tree suckers came up. As he was describing their destructive nature and the pruning yo
Yeah its another bold statement by Chris, but it is true. I have been preaching a mobile first approach for well over 3 years now. For me it started when I star
I am sure most of us have been to a carnival, amusement park or street fair where an artist is drawing caricatures. These are funny drawings that exaggerate fea
I prefer to build single page web applications and I also make web performance optimization a 1st class feature in my architecture. This means I need to have th
Customers have high expectations for client application experiences. SPAs became popular as a way to match native user experience. What should you focus on first?
Now that I have my new blog live I have some time to start working on some other projects in my queue. Today I am ready to launch The Tip Master a web applicati