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There are 8 posts tagged: "coding"

Conditional email
13 June 2022

Although I received this message in my professional account inbox, it's not a predatory solicitation. Just a bog-standard commercial one. And the message itself isn't worth commenting on, except possibly to note the footer:

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/campaigns/
1 March 2022

I wouldn't normally do this, but I cannot adequately describe the abject amateurism of the email that I received from IJDMSR—the Indian International Journal Dental and Medical Sciences Research [sic]. So, below is a screenshot of that message.

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Reporter reporting
18 January 2022

Mary-Ann Russon asks What can we do to get more women into coding? I can't honestly say that I give a shit, and her gossamer-thin article didn't help me understand why I should, other than that there's a shortage of digitally-skilled workers.

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Navbar update
27 November 2021

I decided to tart up the horizontal navigation bar at the top of the page, not that anyone'll notice. I wanted the About link to be on the right-hand side of the bar.

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OCD
26 July 2020

The manner in which post titles are set in this blog is to have a separate field for the title, which is then displayed within a heading block. I don't know how the likes of Wordpress do it, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if this is standard practice. Nothing to get excited about, for the most part anyway.

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Inline emoticons
17 December 2019

As I was updating the emoticons for this site, I thought about having them scalable to fit within the line. It's easy enough to scale SVG images, compared to GIF. They are, after all, vectors.

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An open letter to Google
20 April 2013

Dear Google,

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Oi, what have you been up to fatty?
28 September 2004

Well, since you ask so nicely, I shall tell you, gentle reader. I've been building a website. Or, rather, rebuilding it. Actually, re-rebuilding it, if I'm to be perfectly honest. And not just one, but that's another story.

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