Dear web designers who don’t think mastering XHTML and CSS is 83% of your job,

Friday, 5 September 2008

Please just get a print job and quit making life Hell for the rest of us.


Signed,

–All the Devs Who End up Doing Your Work for You


PS: I think you’ll find that working in print is actually quite a bit more difficult and less fun than playing with Photoshop and Flash is too.

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rekounas

Re: Dear web designers who don’t think mastering XHTML and CSS is 83% of your job,

Tough day at the office?

By rekounas on 6 September 2008 · 20:47
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Ashley

Moo is Woo flipped

Dude. You don’t know the half of it, as the oldsters, which is rapidly becoming us, say. How’s the new Metallica? Synchronicity, I just wrote something with Metallica in it for tomorrow. Didn’t know they had a new album on the way.

By Ashley on 6 September 2008 · 20:50
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rekounas

Re: Dear web designers who don’t think mastering XHTML and CSS is 83% of your job,

I use to rip about the stupid lazy things that some devs would do, but in the end, it was just way too frustrating. My biggest problem is with people using extensive amounts of scriplets in the JSP. Makes it a nightmare to debug.

Metallica's new stuff is awesome! Death Magnetic sounds a lot like ...And Justice for All. Check out the song "The Day That Never Comes." My wife even commented "this sounds like an older song." I will be buying the CD anyhow. I don't buy many CDs anymore as most of the stuff out there is trash, but Metallica's quality is always up there.

By rekounas on 7 September 2008 · 04:30
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