Articles tagged united kingdom

UK based websites can assume implied consent over EU cookie legislation
There has been a lot of melodrama and misunderstanding about EU cookie legislation and how the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) would be enforcing the regulations, not helped by the misinformation and poor guidance from the ICO themselves. Read more – ‘UK based websites can assume implied consent over EU cookie legislation’.
Plan Your Future in Five Easy Steps
The September 2009 UK edition of Wired ran an interesting article, carrying the same title as this post, by futurist Peter Schwartz. In the article, Schwartz proposed a 5 step plan to predicting and therefore safe guarding your future. Read more – ‘Plan Your Future in Five Easy Steps’.
Boris Johnson's Wiff Waff
One of the most amusing quotes of 2008 must be this: At a party to mark the handover of the Olympic flag in Beijing, newly elected Mayor Boris Johnson laid claim to Britain's sporting inventiveness. Read more – ‘Boris Johnson's Wiff Waff’.
Using the MooTools Autocompleter Plugin with ColdFusion
In a previous post, I demonstrated how to implement Dylan Verheul’s jQuery Autocomplete plugin. Not content with demonstrating one library's plugin, it is now the turn of Mootools. Read more – ‘Using the MooTools Autocompleter Plugin with ColdFusion’.
Launching Yourself as a Freelancer – Publicity
In the first part of this series I talked about setting yourself up in business. The next step is to publicise yourself and your skills. At this point, it is helpful to know exactly what line of work you want to be focusing on, since you will need to target your efforts. Read more – ‘Launching Yourself as a Freelancer – Publicity’.
Launching Yourself as a Freelancer
You're an experienced designer or developer with aspirations to become a freelancer. Shrugging off the corporate cloak —"It's cosy! It fits well! You've had it for years!" — is becoming more and more common. Read more – ‘Launching Yourself as a Freelancer’.
Carmina Burana – Drink, Sex and Medieval Monks
It is not often that the little old ladies of the choral society scream "since Fate strikes down the strong man, everyone weep with me!", or when they are in a more cheerful mood, "My virginity makes me frisky, my simplicity holds me back. Oh, Oh, Oh, I am completely coming to life". Read more – ‘Carmina Burana – Drink, Sex and Medieval Monks’.
Using jQuery Auto-Complete with ColdFusion
Creating an autocomplete form field historically has not been a trivial matter and would require an indepth knowledge of JavaScript and CSS. However, the task is made far more simple when using one of the many freely-available JavaScript libraries. In this post I will show you how to implement the jQuery Autocomplete created by Dylan Verheul. Read more – ‘Using jQuery Auto-Complete with ColdFusion’.
ColdFusion Is Hotting Up in the UK
In the past, the US has held a near monopoly not only in ColdFusion-based user groups, but also conferences, with CFUnited, cf.Objective() and the more general Adobe MAX leading the way. Read more – ‘ColdFusion Is Hotting Up in the UK’.
New Atlanta Open-Sources BlueDragon
New Atlanta is announcing today, at CFUnited Europe - a ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML) technology conference in London, U.K.- that they will be creating and distributing a free open-source Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) version of BlueDragon, their ColdFusion-compatible web application server. Read more – ‘New Atlanta Open-Sources BlueDragon’.