Month: August 2011

Enterprise PHP Development

While working at EZYield, we’ve come across a shortage of qualified Enterprise Level PHP Developers. While that term might sound a bit nebulous, there’s really just a handful of things that separate the men from the boys in PHP. Honestly, those traits really aren’t even that hard to learn. They’re contradictory to the “rockstar” persona […]

HTML5 and CSS3 Works in IE

Well, kinda … CSS can be a major headache for unseasoned front-end developers. The intricacies of layout design and how different browsers interpret them is the bane of a designers existence. The most common problem we have is how IE has handled this. With a few tools though, sanity can be restored to UI development.vFirst, […]