Eight Microsoft MTA’s Now Completed

Today I completed my eighth Microsoft Certified Technology Associate (MTA) exam. The test was the “Windows Server Administration Fundamentals (Exam 98-365). This exam focussed on the following: Understanding server installation Understanding server roles Understanding Active Directory Understanding storage Understanding server performance management Understanding server maintenance Here is a list of the MTA’s that I haveContinue reading “Eight Microsoft MTA’s Now Completed”

Derek Featherstone: CSS, Accessibility, and You

Here’s a free, hour-long talk that Derek Featherstone recently delivered at the CSS Developer Conference in New Orleans. When most people think about accessibility, they think about HTML as the foundation for accessibility. It makes perfect sense — strong semantic HTML has a huge impact on a visually impaired person using a screen reader. But,Continue reading “Derek Featherstone: CSS, Accessibility, and You”

If You Use IBM Lotus Notes Then You Need to See This Groundbreaking Product

The London Developer Co-Op has created a tool named “Via” that every single company running IBM’s Lotus Notes and IBM’s Lotus Domino need to look at. I’m not going to get into the why customers need to consider LDC Via, as I think most of you know why already. Take it from me, this isContinue reading “If You Use IBM Lotus Notes Then You Need to See This Groundbreaking Product”

Seven Microsoft MTA’s Completed

Earlier this week I completed my seventh Microsoft Certified Technology Associate (MTA) exam. The test was the “HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals (Exam 98-375). This exam focussed on the following: Managing the Application Life Cycle Building the User Interface by Using HTML5: Text, Graphics, and Media Building the User Interface by Using HTML5: Organization, Input, andContinue reading “Seven Microsoft MTA’s Completed”

Basic Facts and Resources You Need to Know Now About Web Accessibility

Originally posted on Lorelle on WordPress:
Last night I gave a presentation for an amazing group of web designers and developers in Portland, Oregon. I spoke about web accessibility, a long time passion of mine. My co-presenter was Winslow Parker from the Oregon Commission for the Blind who has been teaching screen reading and computer…

Free Online Book: Learning JavaScript Design Patterns

Addy Osmani has released an open-source book on JavaScript Design Patterns. Learning JavaScript Design Patterns is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 unported license. It is available for purchase via O’Reilly Media but will remain available for both free online and as a physical (or eBook) purchase for readers wishing to support the project. View the bookContinue reading “Free Online Book: Learning JavaScript Design Patterns”