rant

Developers are not designers

As chaotic as the advertising world is, working at a couple of agencies in London gave me perspective and a lot of insight into the way things should be done; sometimes this was done inversely: I could see what was being done and realised that it wasn't exactly the right way to do it, but it made me realise a way that what was being done could be adapted to a more practical way.

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Tables and HTML

This has been discussed over and over and over and over again, and you would think in 2012 with HTML5 this conversation would have been put to sleep a long time ago. Unfortunately, not.

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Solution to fit the problem, not solution to fit all problems

Too many times architects and/or developers will start a project with delusions of grandeur, instead of addressing the issue and achieving the required goal, they end up tacking on so much more than is actually asked for which more often than not ends up in more of a mess than if they took the simple approach.

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Open source vs. Closed source

After a discussion on the feasibility of open source, I needed to get my thoughts out there on the topic.

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