Archive for the ‘The Future of Code’ Category

Ev Williams and Biz Stone launched Branch this week and as you might expect, not much attention has been paid to older browsers, but exactly how little is a surprise to me. Last year I took a look at how the shop window of the web was changing so that not every user gets the […]

You may not have noticed, but the winds of change are blowing through the corridors of the world wide web. I’m not talking about obvious changes, like increased usage of HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery, but a change in the attitudes of web developers across the globe. There was a time, not so many years ago, […]

I’m in the backroom right now, handcoding some HTML for my wife’s website. The kids are going to sleep in their room down the hall. I suddenly get the feeling that the future may not look on developers as shining guardians of morality and common sense, whose hard work and openness shone a beacon for […]