HTTP Response Codes and You

This blog post was originally on the Clarify blog and is captured here for historical reasons. Proper HTTP response code usage is one of the most powerful yet underutilized aspects in web development. Most developers are familiar with the common 200 OK, the often-used 301 and 302 redirects, and the ever-annoying 404 Not Found but […]


Keith Casey’s World Of Project Management Software

SUMMARY: Keith Casey Professional Overview Keith Casey, owner of Casey Software and developer of Web2Project and Phillip Crum of contentmarketingcoach.com discuss Keith’s background in software development. They also discuss the project management software package options available to business owners, as well as the origins and capabilities of Web2Project. Episode #1 | Keith Casey Overview Keith […]


Operation Buy It Now

My first book – “A Practical Approach to API Design” – shipped this past Friday. As a result, I’m activating Operation Buy It Now today. To sweeten the deal, if you order it by 11:59pm  ET on Sunday the 23rd, you will be entered into a random drawing for four hours of API consulting. All […]


PHP5.5 and JSON Licensing or Licenses and You

Everything noted below is professional advice not legal advice. I’m not a lawyer, so check with your legal department or similar before you use open source software, regardless of the license. In terms of software licensing, I have a simple principle: Don’t make things unnecessarily complicated. Let’s face it, most developers don’t understand licensing. They […]


Marvel API – Helper Library

It’s a dark and stormy night. You’ve been working on that last bit of code and an explosion rocks your living room. In walks Doctor Doom with a simple demand: How many other “doctors” are in the Marvel universe? Unless you’re Comic Book Guy and know this off the top of your head, you’re going […]