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Coffee App Redux: Planning

Published by Ben on May 22, 2018 at 13:50pm

With another exam on the horizon, I'm taking the chance to revisit an old project and in the process learn as much as possible by doing as preparation.

A New Chapter

Published by Joshua on Sept 14, 2017 at 10:37am

The 4th September came around, and I entered the doors of Antelle to be greeted by Tony, who proceeded to show me around the office, especially the tea and coffee area and my workspace. Following this brief introduction, he took me into his office and told me the broad plan for my time here, as well as my first week’s task.


Pair Programming: Fresh Perspectives

Published by Ben on July 19, 2017 at 11:13am

Hello again,

A few weeks ago I had the genuine pleasure of working with an aspiring developer who joined us for a week of work experience as part of his preparation for his University travels and to help build his experience with the Umbraco CMS and the C# Language.


Web API: A Song of Trial and Error

Published by Ben on Sept 1, 2016 at 10:06am

Lessons from learning to use Web API as part of a website

Exam Success, Umbraco and Looking Forward

Published by Ben on Apr 22, 2016 at 15:14pm

As fun as 14 hours in the Hospital was, the recovery is always so much more entertaining.  Three weeks after some well-qualified men and women poked and prodded around my knee, I was back to 100%.  Which means I was in a good state to take my Database Fundamentals Exam.


Update (The One with the References)

Published by Ben on Feb 19, 2016 at 15:14pm

Moving forward as a single person instead of as a pair is going to change a few things, good and bad.  Maybe I won’t have someone on the same track to bounce my crazier ideas off but, if I’m honest, I think the other workers will come to love such a charming personality spouting ridiculous ideas.


The horrors of browser compatibility

Published by Joe on Oct 16, 2015 at 13:00pm


We had stumbled into the trap of browser compatibility. There was a problem with our main body of the website, we wanted a specific effect, as we were replicating the exact layout of the website that we were updating. The desired effect was one of a purple rectangle, inside that, a white rectangle, slightly smaller, and inside that, another purple rectangle to be the main body content, once again, slightly smaller. To achieve this look we created the first purple rectangle, then another purple rectangle, smaller than the first with a white border. To do this, we used this kind of layout:


One month in

Published by Joe on Sept 21, 2015 at 11:00am

So it’s the fourth week that I’ve been working with Antelle, the past 4 weeks seem to have gone by in a flash of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. In the three weeks since I last posted a lot has happened in regards to training, much has been learned, and I feel like I’m settling down into the office and getting used to the environment.


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