Wendy Chisholm

Stairs make the building inaccessible, not the wheelchair. Co-author of Universal Design for Web Applications. Strategist for Microsoft. @wendyabc at twitter.

Archive for February, 2008


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Back in the day, Java was supposed to be our “write once, run anywhere” solution. Today, all those beans live on the server handling service calls from other “write once, run anywhere” RIAs. All that promise of fame and glory and they end up hiding in the background. Poor beans. They just weren’t flashy enough. heh.

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February 28th, 2008 at 6:08 pm

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Go with the flow

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Throughout my programming career, I have learned (and forgotten) Basic, Pascal, C, C++, Java…not to mention all of the various application-specific scripting languages that I can’t even remember the names of…but, throughout all that learning and forgetting, one thing remains constant: flow diagrams. Seeing them again this morning is like rediscovering that cozy old blanket from college.

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February 21st, 2008 at 6:19 pm

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