My company (well, the company I work for at least!) are currently looking to beef up the web dev team.
You see who you will be working with here, look at the job here and see where we are here.
You would get to work with some of the most creative guys in Northern Ireland and some real experts in their fields.
Here is a run-down of the tech tweets I have posted today.
- HTML5 is not ready yet – and will never be (and that is a good thing) – http://j.mp/x7AREq
You can follow me on twitter here.
Last night I read a blog post announcing a new podcast from Patrick McKenzie and Keith Perhac. I think Patrick speaks a lot of sense in his blog posts so I figured I would give the first podcast a go.
I have to say I am very glad that I did, woah they packed a lot of stuff into around 80 minutes. Here are some of the topics they covered;
- Software development in Japan.
- A/B testing
- Career advice for developers (or not developers)
It was enjoyable and informative and has made it onto my podcast list.
I received this email today from Uptime Robot;
This is an exciting day for Uptime Robot as the service now has an API.
Developers can now easily integrate Uptime Robot with any app, display the uptime ratios on other websites, create monitors automatically and so much more.
In order to find more about the API, check the blog post at http://blog.uptimerobot.com/uptime-robot-gets-an-api/ and the API documentation at http://www.uptimerobot.com/api.asp .
Cheers From Uptime Robot
This is pretty interesting for a couple of reasons;
- It will hopefully mean soon there will be some awesome apps and toys to play with.
- It will give me the chance to maybe build some awesome apps and toys! Off the top of my head it would be really nice to integrate this into cPanel
I look forward to playing about with it at some point.
One of my favourite podcasts recently celebrated its 150th episode.
TechZing is a tech/startup podcast with healthy amounts of industry news, interviews and just good fun nerd chat.
I have blogged before about Tweet Miner (now Pluggio) which is a product made by one of the presenters. But I don’t think I have ever blogged directly about TechZing.
Well done to Justin Vincent and Jason Roberts on hitting this mark, may the next 150 episodes be as inspiring as the last!
Heh, after posting this I noticed I had hit just over 150 posts on this blog, less of a landmark than what TechZing have done but still something I am pretty proud of.