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In the last year or so, “Responsive Design” has become quite the buzzword. It’s not just industry jargon or a little article on A List Apart anymore. Project managers, business analysts, salesmen and marketing executives are tossing around the term “Responsive Design”. Heck, a year ago I was explaining the concept to an executive, and

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Recently I was given a web project— but not just any type of web project. The kind we hate most. The one that’s best-labeled a “future awful idea”.  The one developers will try to kill —with fire. The kind of project with the same sad story as that Pokemon tattoo on your cousin’s lower back.  You

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Folks that work with me know that I’m not a super-awesome programmer; I’m a front-end guy who dables with programs. I’m way more comfortable telling you what went wrong with your CSS in Internet Explorer 8 than what happened with your Razor template in Tridion 2011. Razor Mediator for Tridion is a blend of C#

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Not too long ago, I worked with Alex Klock on creating a Tridion GUI extension for a client. The GUI extension was for a document embedding service provided by Crocodoc1.  Once I finished, I had to provide a training document for it. Soon after, the client wanted documentation on some other things. And then more

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I’m a child of the 80’s. Every Saturday morning, between Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, X-Men, and GI-Joe I’d catch at least two or three Public Service Announcements from NBC where they’d teach me about bullying or doing my homework, and end it with, “The More You Know.” The last few Tridion 2011 projects I’ve had

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I just want to publicly say, “congratulations” to my fellow coworker and code-monkey, and Coded Weapon,  Alex Klock. Alex was recently given the SDL Tridion MVP Award. This is a well-earned award and Alex should be very proud to have it. The thing is, Alex is what you’d call a digital inventor. Some people go to