Respect for Web Developers

“Back when I was first paid to build web-based applications (around 1998 or so), the world of Web Development as we know it today did not exist. When I beg

“Back when I was first paid to build web-based applications (around 1998 or so), the world of Web Development as we know it today did not exist. When I began working my first post-college full-time job, things had improved a bit. I learned all that fancy JavaScript, VBScript, Applets, and ActiveX stuff. But I couldn”t really put it to use because the cross-platform and cross-browser support was horrible. I swore off DHTML and went on with life, focusing more on the backend and server side stuff (Perl, Oracle/MySQL, etc).”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE