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ASP .NET: Safely Escape Data from your Database to Display in HTML but Still Keep Line Breaks

In this short article I will show a simple example of how to secure data for presentation but still keep select formatting such as line breaks. 396 more words


First blog post

This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it.

My code school experience: Ground Control to Meltone - Part II of II

Coding bootcamps are everywhere, promising to take you from noob to ninja in no time. Typically they ask for your complete devotion and $10-20k over 3-6 months and promise a big salary if you can complete their program.  1,153 more words

The Negatives of Using CSS Pre-processors

After reading different opinions about the positives and negatives of using CSS Pre-processors, I find that positives sometimes could lead to negatives.

These are six key negatives abstracted from those critical articles. 78 more words

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The Positives of Using CSS Pre-processors

Keywords: Variables, Nesting, Mixins, Extends, Color Operations, If/Else Statements, Loops, Math, Imports

Followings are URLs of articles that I think may help you build up your thinkings about advantages of using CSS Pre-Processors. 92 more words

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A history of website development of sofobomo.com Part II

Note: Part I here

Part II : Setting up a development environment for sofobomo.com

The question is, as a one-person team of sofobmo.com (until 2016 – when Matt joined me … … 450 more words


Automating Art Direction With The Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator

Four years ago, Jason Grigsby asked a surprisingly difficult question: How do you pick responsive image breakpoints? A year later, he had an answer: Ideally, we’d set responsive image performance budgets to achieve “sensible jumps in file size.” 66 more words