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Mike Cotton was born and raised in Houston, Texas. Growing up, his father introduced him to the world of computers and even programming. Little did his dad know that he had planted a seed.
After high school, Mike decided to follow his passion of music. He earned a BS degree in Music Business and set off to pursue his dream of working in the music industry. After several attempts to make a living in the music business, he started to re-think his career.
While working at an insurance company, he decided to teach himself how to program and build websites and web apps. He started his own business in 2005 and the rest is history.
OOP, MySQL, Memcached
Vanilla, jQuery, Bootstrap, AngularJS
HTML5, SEO Knowledge
LESS, SASS, CSS 3
Latest Blog Posts
Okay, okay. They didn’t try to hack me, but they sent an email to me in my wife’s name that contained a link to a Russian site. In this video, I explain what to look for if and when this happens to you. I am now forcing all the Russian diplomats out of my house….
Back in 2005, I started my web development adventure as “Cotton Web Design”. I flexed my creative muscles and delved into the realm of graphic design as well as doing the development/programming for websites.
I built websites from the ground up and it was a chore. Graphic design, to me, was tedious and not at all a strength of mine. What I loved to do was get my clients’ website to “do” something. That’s why my focus turned to web development only for the last 5 years. I hung up my proverbial “design” hat and worked on making websites and web apps do really cool stuff. Read more about Going Back to My Roots: Sort Of
A lot of the research I’ve done this upcoming election has been about the candidates before they were in politics. Obviously, Hillary Clinton has been in politics for so long that it was extremely difficult to find anything other than some accomplishments during her political career, so I’m forced to write this post about Donald Trump.
There were several stories and articles I found that aren’t necessarily being reported on the main stream media, so I figured I’d shed some light on them here in my own blog. I’m not going to go into detail on each story. I figured I’d summarized, then offer a link to the source article, then you can do your own research. Here they are:
Yesterday, a client of mine hired me to work for him at $2,000 per hour.
Now, let me explain. Read more about The Time I Worked For $2,000 Per Hour
In case you haven’t heard. Starting in PHP 5.5.x, all MySQL functions are being deprecated. If you’re like a bunch of developers, you’re probably dreading the fact that you have to go through all your old projects to rework your MySQL functions using MySQLi or PDO_MySQL. Ugh! Good news, though! SourceForge user gimigliano has got Read more about How to Upgrade Old MySQL functions to work with PHP 7[…]
I’ve been seeing a lot of controversy over a picture of a tweet. No link to the tweet itself and no verification of whether or not the tweet is actually real. In this video, I wanted to show you how easy it is to manipulate a tweet (or any web content for that matter). Remember Read more about Don’t Trust Screen Shots of Tweets[…]