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Fake Linkedin Endorsements

Sketch of 1, 2, and 3 letter combinations

One thing that you can do on the internet is to endorse people on Linkedin. You just visit one of your connection's profiles on the site and pick some skills pulled from their profile (and/or add new ones) and endorse them. This is a great way that you can 'validate' listed skills and give out…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted September 3, 2013
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Popular Music Project

Over the last few months I've been working on a fun side project to display what music I've been listening to recently. I decided to break this information down by albums and number of songs played over a period of time. While the data itself is straightforward and could be displayed either as a…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted August 11, 2011
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AJAX Dynamic Template Solution

One issue I've always had with the typical templating methods over the years is the waste of bandwidth. Even with smart functionality on the backend combining the dynamic and static information on each page, you're still sending an entire new html page for each URL requested by the client, with a…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted September 26, 2009
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Dynamic Template Methods

Ever since I started working on websites during the summer of 2006 I made sure to keep dynamic and static information separate on my projects. Certain things in the website's content should remain the same, or similar, on separate pages: header, footer, navigation, etc. (I'll refer to these similar…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted September 3, 2009
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Setting up the Hiking Website

Even though my waterfalls site turned out to be a great way to chronicle adventures through wilderness, it has several areas that are lacking. The biggest area is the Google Maps functionality, which is shaky at best. It can only show the end points and major points along the route, but I didn't…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted June 4, 2009
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Using XSL for Websites

Throughout the course of my web development learning, I've always had a central problem to deal with. On a typical website, multiple pages have some sort of general, non-changing bits that stay constant throughout the site: headers, footers, and navigational bars are great examples. The only piece…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted May 7, 2009
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