ARTLUNG
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ArtLung posts tagged with “web development” ·


  • Random Notes on #lightningnow Tour / Trailhead / Salesforce
    On January 29th and 30th I attended the Lighting Tour of Salesforce.com that was held here in San Diego. I had a lot of fun, and got a great sense that my skills in web development may have a great deal of carryover into working with and developing for Salesforce. Cutest stickers at @salesforce #lightningnow…

  • joecrawford.com, 2012. With Bootstrap.
    Yesterday I modified my site joecrawford.com. I purchased the domain in 1999 thinking that it would be important to have a more “professional” domain than “artlung.” I go back and forth about the utility of that. Back in 2011 sometime, I decided to remove most of the ways to contact me, and remove the self…

  • Site Launch: The Prosser Group
    I worked with Ron Prosser, CEO of The Prosser Group to get this site built this week. It’s a relatively straightforward site. It’s a rare occasion that I do design these days, but this was a fun one to build, and a nice piece of freelance work. Nice when a site can come together quickly….
  • Quoted in San Diego Daily Transcript; Note on Being a Resource
    Lindows.com says ruling is first win in Microsoft battle (archived lynx dump), a story from the SDDT, includes a quote from my article on Lindows. To any reporters reading this: I’m happy to be a resource on stories, just drop me a line. I also know a great deal of technical San Diego folks, and…
  • Played racquetball over the weekend…
    Played racquetball over the weekend. Man, am I ever out of shape. But it was fun. Need to get a new racquet though – mine is about 10 years old. The newer racquets seem to have grown in a decade. Presumably some change in the rules of racquetball, or something. Anyone want to play some…
  • More and more I find myself in a role of elder statesmen.
    More and more I find myself in a role of elder statesmen. I think somehow that by taking on more responsibility I have become more responsible. When I worked as a Respiratory Therapist it was clear cut. My responsibility was clear. I protect and maintain the airway, venitilation, respiration, and try to be a compassionate…