The glorious times of yore, when giant Java applets walked Devearth trampling down IE – the only browser known to Devkind.
The dark ages, when CSS sorcerers were called designers.
The romance of the hardest decision to take – to depend or not on the helping magical hand of the mysterious brothers Quirks Mode and Xml Prolog.
When listening to the call of the Async was considered heresy.
When XHTML was unthinkable…
When Web 2.0 was just an obscure idea (and remained such).
I recently left Germany relocating to the island of Malta, and a couple of weeks later I was finally able to deploy my new home studio with a new addition – an amazing custom-made 2 x 12 guitar cabinet with Celestion V30 speakers, custom built for me by Paul Gough of Zilla Cabs (cheers, Paul – for all the hard work, patience and killer quality).
Here are a few photos of the studio. Hopefully I find more time for playing the guitar in the teeth of my main job as a front-end developer. In case you are interested, here’s a detailed rundown of my rig, and on this page you’ll find a lot more photos and specs of my guitars and gear.
Finally – thanks for reading this and greetings from sunny Malta!
Freelance websites are cheap employers’ favorite places to hire cheap developers to build their big and shiny dreams at discount prices and low quality, and make these sites owners rich for making both sides happy and content.
During the Christmas holidays I finally found the time to spend a couple of days to tackle something I’ve been planning to do for quite some time – to fully redo (in terms of code and design) wemakesites.net, my portfolio/personal website. Honestly, I wasn’t sure if I should announce it here, but I am pretty happy with the result, so this is why I am doing it – version 7.0 is now up and running!