As a developer, I take the prototypes and design layouts as blueprints and integrate all of the components and technologies to bring projects to life. Each project has its own unique set of challenges which require unique solutions to be developed. Each time one of these projects goes live, I feel satisfied that I have learned something valuable that helps me become better at what I do.
I graduated from Rhode Island College with a Computer Science degree in 1997 and brought my self-taught web development skills to Newfangled in 1998. I have been the webmaster for my astronomical organization, Skyscrapers, since 1996. I find it very rewarding to be involved in the rapidly evolving fields of web development and astronomy, where there is always something exciting and new to learn.
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Building a multilingual site presents many challenges. Perhaps the most difficult among them, however, is how to build the client-facing CMS to easily and intuitively allow for the management of this multilingual content. The way the language-specific content variations tie together is critical, both architecturally and from a content-entry standpoint. Every time we build such a site, we’ve improved this balance a little bit more (in my humble opinion). In this post, I’ll address some of the questions that might arise for anyone considering a multilingual website. more