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If you're reading this, you've most likely responded to my call for memories of Perry. Rachael Springfield Bumpus passed along this as a Father's Day surprise for Gordon. I thought Facebook probably isn't the best place to keep something secret so...

What? Microsoft apparently decided to take an unconventional approach with its latest browser offerings—they're going to support standards. According to Rey Bango, a member of the jQuery JavaScript library’s Core Project Team and a Microsoft evangelist, Microsoft is all about supporting web standards beginning with IE 9.

After the recent discovery of a plugin vulnerability, I've been busy looking for ways to button up all areas of public-facing applications for my employer. The first thing I checked was authentication procedures, and was able to improve the way we store password hashes. The current...

One of my clients recently found out the hard way that there's a security hole in the tinybrowser plugin for tinyMCE. It's a quick fix if you're already using a session variable to manage authenticated users. But it's not necessarily a straightforward fix if your...

I feel honored to have been part of a project to receive national recognition with a Best Practices Award. I created an electronic transcripts web service that served high school electronic transcripts to CFNC (College Foundation of North Carolina). While it was a small part of the effort, it lies at the heart of this system.