A frequent need in building web site application is to have users select one value and then, based on that value, select another value. Real world needs for related values might be : Select a Country and then State or Continue reading Building a Cascading Drop Down Selection List for Ruby on Rails with jQuery Ajax
This was the week for MESH and MESH U,which is a Toronto based conference which looks at “The Web” and how it is affecting the media, marketing, business and society as a whole. Mesh is in its 5th year and Continue reading Mesh10 : five years of Meshing in Toronto
May 15th: at Smashing Magazine comes a revisit of _why: Tale of a Post-Modern Genius, the sad tale of “Why the Lucky Stiff”, who made many vibrant and colourful contributions to the community, before deleting his online existence last August. Continue reading Quick links as of May 21th 2010
Saw “Will Wall Street require Python? | ITworld”, on the Hot Links website and thought “interesting”, and then I read the description ! “Charles Stross was right. “with Release 33-9117, the SEC is considering substitution of Python or another programming Continue reading Another episode of “It’s Charlie’s Stross’s fiction, we are just living in it” : Will Wall Street require Python?
This is the result of a couple of conversations I’ve had with small shop keepers. They may use some web technologies outside of their business for personal use : ebay, facebook, email, a few e-commerce sites. They may a iPod Continue reading Social Networking for Small Businesses
Last night was the 26th DemoCamp in Toronto, and the 3rd held at Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management with a crowd of ~300 or so. We had a Key Note by April Dunford and Demos by Kobo Books, Status.net, OpenApps, TeamSave, SWIX. and food. kick ass!! Continue reading Toronto DemoCamp 26, still going strong with noodles, Lean Marketing and 5 Demos.