JavaScript as the Future? My Personal Opinions

March 4, 2013

I have long had mixed feelings on the future of JavaScript. Many people believe it is the future. Others believe it is the new VM of development (similar to Java). Others believe it as the sole language across server and client-side development (one language to rule them all). So, where do I stand? I stand […]


End IE6 Support on Aug 27 Campaign

February 19, 2009
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Microsoft Internet Explorer v6 has long been a crippling effect to web developers worldwide.  It’s slow development pace, lack of continuous updates, shortcomings in web standards, and usage of proprietary standards (ie: ActiveX) all cause developers continued headaches.  Rather than support the new web standards such as CSS 2.1 and CSS 3, HTML5, etc, developers […]


Firefox Tops 20% Market Share

December 4, 2008

For the first time since the early days before the departure of Netscape, a competing browser to Microsoft Internet Explorer has reached and exceeded 20% market share. Firefox ( has managed to achieve a 20.78% market share reducing Internet Explorer to 69.77% (Market Share). This is a huge achievement in the browser market share battle. […]

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