Writing a computer book is a grueling experience (for me, at least) that requires at least 20 hours of my time per week for a period of 4-6 months and doesn’t pay much or anything. Why do I do it?
I’ve been writing professionally about Web development and computer programming for 15 years now. I’ve written hundreds of articles, five published books, two online courses, plenty of chapters in other people’s books, and two unpublished books. I’m no where near
I’ve been teaching an online course for several months now. For a year prior to that, I was writing the course and working with the team at Ed2Go to make it sparkle. My course gets an average of about 150 students each month. Since
Here at Minnick, we’re looking forward to a great 2013. If you’re like most of our clients, you’ve spent the last 3 years cutting back and doing more with less. Your web site is probably the same or in worse
As I settle into my role as an Internet elder, I’m increasingly asked to be a judge or expert for various events, competitions, awards and whatnot. I love being involved with these events, and I especially value the opportunities I
According to a recent survey by SD Times, 57.1% of companies surveyed said that they are currently building a mobile app. An additional 13.2% said that they will be developing one within the next six months. Clearly, mobile apps have
Mobile Apps – Functionality First! In my previous newsletter, I said that there are four keys to building a great mobile app: Functionality Design and Usability Performance Knowing your market In this newsletter, I’m going to focus on functionality. Unlike