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Tools with source code
Posted: 22 Jun 2012   Updated: 24 Jun 2012   Views: 8,665   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.51
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I wrote a quick utility awhile ago to generate large XML sitemaps from a database. There are many sitemap generating tools out there, such as which are now even made to be web tools (you don’t even have to download anything). The problem with this is that these tools are usual
Posted: 19 Dec 2012   Updated: 19 Dec 2012   Views: 18,426   Rating: 4.40/5    Votes: 6   Popularity: 3.63
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These days it's hard to call yourself a web developer if you do not have at least some jQuery experience. jQuery is very helpful for many many things such as browser compatibility, ajax calls, DOM manipulation, utility, and more. It helps us lazy web developers do these common operations simply -
Posted: 15 Aug 2011   Updated: 23 Jun 2012   Views: 37,340   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 2.39
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How to dynamically create item templates on the server-side in ASP.NET.
Posted: 22 Jun 2012   Updated: 24 Jun 2012   Views: 12,202   Rating: 4.80/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.32
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One of the most used new features of the HTML5 spec are the data-* attributes. This provides a nice and valid way to store JSON data corresponding with HTML elements on a page. The basic usage is as follows: say I have an HTML element like so: John Doe [...]
Client side scripting
Posted: 26 Jun 2012   Updated: 26 Jun 2012   Views: 20,877   Rating: 4.64/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.77
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Stop demanding that the UI be completely separated from logic. Without the use of significantly robust frameworks I simply do not think that this is achievable.
Posted: 12 Dec 2012   Updated: 12 Dec 2012   Views: 9,022   Rating: 4.75/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.81
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HTML-based emails are one of those evil things in the life of a web-developer that we would all rather never have to do... but alas, it needs to be done. One can do this in a variety of ways, but it is fairly common to use modern web-development technologies to generate the actual email bodies ove
SQL Server
Posted: 3 Jul 2012   Updated: 3 Jul 2012   Views: 10,600   Rating: 4.80/5    Votes: 7   Popularity: 3.94
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Learn several little-known SQL tricks/techniques used to improve query times and enforce business rules with common everyday web-development scenarios. Article Index: The MERGE Statement Indexed Views (a.k.a Materialized Views) Common Table Expressions 1. The MERGE Statement The MERGE Statement is a
Uncategorised Technical Blogs
Posted: 12 Dec 2012   Updated: 12 Dec 2012   Views: 5,810   Rating: 0.0 / 5    Votes: 0   Popularity: 0.0
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I'm currently working on a project which will be a developer/tech community. I am building out a framework for users to post tutorials and general blog-type postings, and decided to use Markdown syntax on all user-created content.If you don't know what Markdown is, it is a simple and efficient synt
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Leland Richardson
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My name is Leland Richardson. I love learning. At the time of writing this I am 23 years old and live in Houston, TX. I was born in West Palm Beach, Florida, grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, and went to school in Houston, Texas at Rice University.

At Rice I received two degrees: one in Physics and one in Mathematics. I love both. I never received any formal education on Computer Science, however, you will find that most of this blog will be about programming and web development. Nevertheless, I think being a good programmer is about being good at learning, and thinking logically about how to solve problems - of which I think my educational background has more than covered.

Since high-school, I had found that the easiest way to make money was by programming. Programming started off as a hobby and small interest, and slowly grew into a passion.

I have recently started working on a new startup here in Houston, TX. I wont bore you with the details of that just yet, but I am very excited about it and I think we can do big things. We plan to launch our project this year at SXSW 2013. What I will say for now, is that we would like to create a company of talented software developers who are similarly ambitious and want to create cool stuff (and have fun doing it).

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