The website of Adrian Lebar

A Rain of Frogs is written, designed and built by Adrian Lebar, a twenty(!) year veteran of web design and development. He is currently managing web and mobile development teams at Canada’s largest and most beloved classifieds site, Kijiji!

He is a father, sailor, snowboarder, skier, cyclist, writer, artist, graphic designer, classically trained musician and afraid of heights.

Adrian is not currently available for freelance and contract work. Learn more.

Journal

Half my life?!? 1295 days ago, 0 comments

Apparently today I have been a professional web developer for half my life. HALF MY LIFE.

Wow.

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Sad Rhino II 1515 days ago, 0 comments

Sad Rhino II

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Sad Rhino I 1515 days ago, 0 comments

Sad Rhino I

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A lazy Sunday afternoon II 1544 days ago, 1 comments

Lyra yawning

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A lazy Sunday afternoon 1544 days ago, 0 comments

Lyra

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If A equals success, then the formula is A equals X plus Y plus Z. X is work. Y is play. Z is keep your mouth shut.”
- Albert Einstein

Twitter

  • @mrmatthogg You certainly want to work with him. Tuesday May 12, 2020
  • @mrmatthogg Lately you sound like me 3 years ago, failing agains the profligate use of users bandwidth and computin… t.co/DGOM7XfVjZ Monday May 11, 2020
  • Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do! #MyTwitterAnniversary Well, I didn’t, but twitter reminded me. t.co/Rl9JY4gtwA Wednesday April 1, 2020
  • Weeks of coding will save you hours of planning. Thursday February 6, 2020
  • Hey @nationalpost your website is unreadable on mobile thanks to your slow loading, crufty page and your display ad… t.co/UQp4BTJ8jR Wednesday January 29, 2020
  • Putting Devs Before Users: How Frameworks Destroyed Web Performance by @GamingReinvent t.co/ceDj0Aksl4 Thursday January 2, 2020
  • There’s an important difference between an inexperienced developer and a bad developer. Tuesday December 3, 2019
  • This is utterly unacceptable, GO Transit. Should we expect an apology for the inconvenience, coupled with a statem… t.co/lSux4a9mbM Thursday November 21, 2019