Ben Nadel
On User Experience (UX) Design, JavaScript, ColdFusion, Node.js, Life, and Love.
I am the chief technical officer at InVision App, Inc - a prototyping and collaboration platform for designers, built by designers. I also rock out in JavaScript and ColdFusion 24x7.
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Happy July 4th From Kinky Solutions

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Tags: Life

I know I'm jumping the gun a bit, but in case I'm not at a computer tomorrow (it might happen), happy July 4th!


 
 
 

 
Happy July 4th From Kinky Solutions And Ben Nadel  
 
 
 

Note: While this is not what the holiday was intended for, feel free to take a few moments tomorrow and be thankful for the independence that ColdFusion has afforded us from bad languages such as ASP.

Tweet This Deep thoughts by @BenNadel - Happy July 4th From Kinky Solutions Thanks my man — you rock the party that rocks the body!


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Hahahah, I've actually got ASP to thank for CF. I was developing in ASP (years and years back), but the language sucked so bad I had to look for a new one!

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Dude, you need to work on your blog tech. Blogger let's you post-date blog entries so that they will show up for the public view, not when you write and and publish but, on the designated, post-date.

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@David,

All of my blogs have a date-posted timestamp. I could simply not have it show blog entries if the post date is greater than the current date... just a matter of actually taking time to make that change in the appropriate places.

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yeah. just ribbing you a bit since you mentioned that the post was a little early

Happy Belated Independence Day!!

Can you build a blog feature that will travel back in time and make sure that I wished you a happy 4th ON the 4th? ;-P

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