The first official jQuery event in Europe took place in Oxford on friday February 10 2012. I was there, interested in learning more about jQuery in my quest towards becoming a jQuery master. It also seemed like a good opportunity to measure my skills to those of my peers.
During the development of the 2010 annual report for STOP AIDS NOW! my colleague Jan-Paul made me aware of an article written by Aaron Gustafson at A List Apart. In this article Aaron describes a method to improve the way links are displayed on a printed webpage. The problem that normally occurs is that only the text of the link gets printed, but the web address thatʼs associated with the text link doesnʼt.
The last few years the VI Company team has expanded from 3 to 7 people. This growth in personnel is matched by growth in professionalism, ambition and knowledge. All the more reason to take a good look at our own corporate identity and – of course – our website.
If you are somewhat like I used to be a year and a half ago, you are probably happily playing around with HTML5, CSS3 and achieving interaction by using a bunch of jQuery plugins.