Welcome to denaro.com

It’s Personal

This website is not affiliated with any commercial venture. It is the personal website of a humble, interactive web developer, who is currently focusing his skills towards proper site structure for purposes of ranking well within natural search result pages and responsive web design as a one-codebase to rule them all sort-of play... please resize your browser (or rotate your mobile device) to see the fluid-responsiveness in action.

Meh, it’s Overly Simplistic

Just for the record, I’m not billing myself as an artist or graphic designer. I am a web developer, and that means code... hand-crafted, elegant, streamlined and beautiful code. [ read more ]

Validated HTML5

Seasoned, able professionals will take pride in creating Web content using semantic and well-formed markup, separation of style and content, etc. Validation can then be used as a quick check to determine whether the code is the clean work of a seasoned HTML author, or quickly hacked-together tag soup.

Preprocessed CSS3

Concise stylesheets are faster to write, easier to update/maintain and are very conducive to being authored by multiple people. SASS is my choice in preprocessed styles, keeping styles organized and laid-out logically, makes updates and adjustments a quick and painless process.

JavaScript and jQuery

Let's face it... you are not going to get very far in the Web 2.0 world, without writing some javaScript. I have found a well balanced combination of homegrown scripting and responsible use of jQuery to be a very powerful combination.

Measure Twice, Cut Once

Words of wisdom I learned from my Father (he was a carpenter, so he actually meant it literally as well as figuratively). And a philosophy I apply to my work every day. [ read more ]

Think Critically

The essence of critical thinking centers not on answering questions but on questioning answers, so it involves questioning, probing, analyzing, evaluating. In his novel "Sophie's World", the Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder notes that: "The most subversive people are those who ask questions".