Welcome to Tech Corner! This week's article focuses on Content Management Systems (Drupal, WordPress, Joomla) and why they are common on the web.
Transitioning from programming language to programming language is no easy feat, even for those who have been doing it for quite some time.
Programs, web sites, phones and technical devices are all powered by code, source code. Typically programmers flaunt the number of lines that build their applications.
GeneratorX is a local band based out of Bolingbrook, Illinois. I have had the pleasure of receiving lessons from Guy Shelley, who is one of two guitarists in the band. Over the past five or so years, I have developed a bond with Guy, as well as the band. I enjoy going out and watching them perform. And let it be known that I have also performed with them a time or two. The band consists of Dan Droogan (vocals, guitar), Guy Shelley (vocals, guitar, bass, keys), Donna Shelley (vocals, bass, sax, flute), Robin Knapik (drums) and, Joanna Ottley (vocals). On August 13, the band performed for the 2015 Bolingbrook Pathways Parade on the Performing Arts Stage. I had the pleasure of watching the band perform from the audience perspective as well as back stage. The gig went extremely well, covering a large number of chart topping hits, as well as a number of originals. Inside secret: The stage that they performed on originally belonged to Disturbed.
This will not be a guide in web programming-but a guide on programming in general. There are many paths in programming that you can go into. There is various web development, video game development, computer development and various other paths. Now, why am I here? Well that’s why I am writing