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My name is Joseph Webber, I'm 26, live in Nova Scotia, Canada, and I am a web developer.
My name is Joseph Webber, I'm 26, live in Nova Scotia, Canada, and I am a web developer.

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Blog #8 - Troubleshooting
"Oh, you're in IT? Can you fix my computer?" Well yes, I can fix your computer since everyone in NSCC's IT program is required to pass a CompTIA A+ course, including myself. However, there's only so much a web application developer can do since we're not sp...
Blog #8 - Troubleshooting
Blog #8 - Troubleshooting
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Blog #7 - Project Management
Honestly, one of the most tedious and boring jobs out there, but extremely important none-the-less. One does not simply do something, when it comes to a big job. I know how you feel, once you're given an assignment you just want to dive in and get 'er done,...
Blog #7 - Project Management
Blog #7 - Project Management
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Blog #6 - Maybe Mobile?
Now that I'm 75% through my secondary education, it's time I start thinking about everything I've learned in all my courses and decide which career path I'd like to take. So far the courses that I most enjoyed were those of Sean Morrow, specifically the one...
Blog #6 - Maybe Mobile?
Blog #6 - Maybe Mobile?
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Blog #5 - Web Server Experience
If I had to choose between Apache and IIS, I'd have to compromise and say I like both. Apache was the first web server I learned how to install and configure, so I feel more connected to it. However, IIS is more widely used and offers a somewhat-helpful GUI...
Blog #5 - Web Server Experience
Blog #5 - Web Server Experience
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Blog #4 - Proper Etiquette While Dining
I'm sure we've all been told at least once in our life that the fork goes on the left. Well, today I was taken to the next level in terms of the rules of fine dining. I didn't have just one, not two, but three glasses for beverages, and one cup for tea/coff...
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Blog #3 - Interview Professionalism
"Easier said than done". These words could not be more true when confronted with the task of going through a professional mock job interview. So many factors determine what the employer is going to think of you based upon your answers to their questions, li...
Blog #3 - Interview Professionalism
Blog #3 - Interview Professionalism
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