Amidst the hectic business of the past month since returning from a very relaxing 2 weeks holiday in France, not only have we launched 3 websites (more on those later) I've become a published writer!
Perhaps not quite as grand as you might perhaps have expected from such a statement, but exciting none-the-less. If you head to your local WHSmiths and pick up this months .net magazine (issue #218 – see above) and flick to page 98 you'll see a picture of me (taken by the very talented Mark Howe) giving a page full of opinion on HTML5 and a bizarrely apt connection to the pirates code from Pirates of the Caribbean.
“The Code is more what you’d call ‘guidelines’ than actual rules. Welcome aboard the Black Pearl, Miss Turner.”
Ok, so I've not written a tome of technical specifications on HTML5, nor have I co-written a best selling book on web design, but .net magazine is by far the best industry magazine out there with recommendations that come from the very top of the web design elite.
We all have to start somewhere, even lowly pirates.
Especially lowly pirates.