Javascript is the most popular programming language according to new survey

Software resource community Stack Overflow released its annual developer survey this month and results show that JavaScript is the most popular programming language among developers. The 2016 report has more than 50,000 responses from developers in 173 countries. Javascript scored in with a high 85.3% of users voting as it’s preferred language. SQL followed with 58.9%, C# had 37.3% and PHP[…]


1 in 10 Americans think HTML is some sort of sexually transmitted disease

If I ever have to think about an STD, I certainly don’t think about HyperText Markup Language. Although, using HTML and CSS together is How To Make Love. All jokes aside, apparently for many American’s, web design and technological terms such as HTML mean something much different to them. In a study conducted by, 1 out of[…]

SQL Injection

A layman’s explanation of what a SQL Injection is

You may have heard the term SQL Injection before. SQL, which I pronounce it as “sequel,” but actually means Structured Query Language, is a programming language primarily used for managing data storage. And in today’s world of the Internet, information, and large databases, hacking has become a commonplace and so has the term SQL Injection. Thanks to[…]

Chrome extensions

15 Google Chrome extensions to make your life better

In celebration of Google Chrome taking over the browser market, and literally “killing it” as I put it yesterday, I wanted to put together a list of Chrome extensions that I use regularly and share them out to folks that might find them useful. Extensions simply enhance your web experience, by giving you another tool made[…]

Google Drive

How to host your own website using Google Drive (for free!)

Purchasing your own domain and having web hosting isn’t all too expensive these days, but not much can be better than free. And if you are web developer, having a way to create free websites is very appealing. Yesterday I came across this LabNol post on how to host a website using Google Drive, and[…]

Did your tweets recently break on your website? Here’s why, and how to fix it

For at least the past two to three years, I have been using what most everyone else was using to display tweets on my website – Twitter’s API – via a great Javascript plugin for jQuery, which was provided by Sea of Clouds. The problem is, just a few days ago, Twitter stopped support of[…]

Steve Jobs

ICYMI: Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and others promote code education

Just a few days ago released a video with several world famous people, who all code or have coded in the past such as Bill Gates (Microsoft), Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Jack Dorsey (Twitter), Will.I.Am (Black Eyed Peas), Chris Bosh (Miami Heat) promoting’s initiative that everyone should have the chance to learn how to[…]