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Tag: jquery

  • Flot – sexy graphs created in JavaScript

    I recently had the opportunity to speak at the DC jQuery User Group during an entire meetup dedicated to charts and graphs. Russel Heimlich presented on Google Charts and Chris Bannon presented on Wijmo while I had the honor to present on Flot. When AddThis switched to Flot, I had a chance to build some […]

  • Tech Still Sucks

    There are very few teams that I enjoy seeing humiliated, but I have to say that seeing Michigan Tech have a shorthanded goal scored on them from 195 feet away made me smile.  It just goes to show that no matter the time, Tech Still Sucks. The only thing that could have made this better […]

  • Happy Casmir Pulaski Day

    As anyone in who grew up in Illinois (especially around Chicago) know, today is the day for celebrating the founder of the American Calvary, Polish hero, Casmir Pulaski. For the second year in a row, we are celebrating with Casmir Pulaski as an honorary US Citizen. The story of Casmir Pulaski is an interesting one. […]

  • One Year of Contributing to WordPress

    Today is the one year date from my first substantial contribution to an open source project. I documented the process of getting my first patch accepted last year. Since then, I’m glad to say I’ve also encouraged and assisted some others in preparing patches. In honor of this day, I thought I would write a […]

  • Road to WordPress 3.1 | Jon Cave

    John Cave (aka duck_ ) put together a really cool visualization showing the commits to WordPress since it started. Road to WordPress 3.1 | Jon Cave.

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