I am an iOS/Web developer that loves programming experiences, and working on unique projects, especially those that revolve around play. From 2010 to 2014, I co-ran Index Interactive, and also served as the Lead Developer, having worked on a range of exciting projects, which you can find here on my site. Please feel free to reach out for any reason.
A common request from clients when building out a more complex service on the web is the ability to login via a social network, most often Facebook. This post explores the possible downsides to implementing such a solution.
One of the most crippling factors preventing a larger number of individuals from becoming more competent programmers and developers is the ready availability and overall abundance of plugins. Often seen as a means of facilitating or expediting development, plugins are in fact not only an inhibitor to education, but wholly inappropriate in business.