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  1. Geolocation & Beer: Part 1 – Finding the user

    Posted on May 5th, 2010 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Uncategorized.

    I recently attended BarCamb3, a BarCamp held at the lovely Red Gate Software offices in Cambridge. My main contribution to the event was talking about a silly little weekend learning project I’ve been working on – Beer Near Me. I’ve split the presentation I gave up into three separate blog posts, which I’ll be putting […]

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  2. Getting the CSS Validator running as a website

    Posted on March 9th, 2009 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Uncategorized.

    A week or so I wrote about running the W3C CSS Validator on the command-line. Yes, I know I said I didn’t need to run it as a website, but as it turns out the command-line version doesn’t seem to want to validate local files — only files being served from a web-server. So, I […]

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  3. Running the W3C CSS Validator locally from the command line

    Posted on February 18th, 2009 by Neil Crosby. Filed under Uncategorized.

    One of the things I’m currently working on is being able to run automated tests of FrontEnd Web Systems. In order to carry out the first phase of this testing I need local installations of the HTML Validator, CSS Validator and JsLint (when automatically running these tests many times a day it’s not fair to […]

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