Ease the transition from server to client
I am really starting to get into KnockoutJs, I find it to be one of the better frameworks for client side development. It is clean and easy to understand. Also I am still not ready to jump all into single page application (SPA) development. There is . . .
January 1st to October 1st
I can't believe it is October 1st. Nicole and I sat in a hotel room on January 1st, writing down several goals I wanted to accomplish this year, but I have no recollection of what they were and where I put that wishful paper. I'm sure Nicole still has it. We are starting the 10th month of the year, and I wonder if I can cram in . . .
The fear of being wrong
I am paralyzed sometimes that the code I am about to write will doom me to months of purgatorial maintenance. So I just sit there, staring at my editor, waiting for the right idea to come to me; as though a muse is sitting in the heavens waiting to visit my thoughts and excite my mental state. I just need to accept the fact that any code I . . .
Cash Rules Everything Around Me
I've been a professional software developer for over 8 years, and a developer even longer than that. I've worked for Fortune 500 companies and bootstrap startups. One of the many things I've learned on my journey through the plethora of companies:
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Cash is king, and my efforts are rarely rewarded with it.
I was in the middle of an important task today, very thought intensive, when a production system began to fail. Apparently someone decided it was time to upgrade a production dependency without telling anyone.
While I was working on a task important for our future, the present systems were under duress. I always feel these context . . .
On the hunt for a home
Today is Monday, 30th of September 2013. I have a lot to do this week with work and my personal life.
I'm currently looking for a new home for me and my family but it seems the area, Camp Hill PA, lacks anything that fits either my needs or my budget. Homes range from 1970's dungeons to half a million dollar . . .
Get notifications when your dependencies change
I recently launched a new bootstrapped venture called nuNotice. Bootstrapping is when you try an build a business with the resources currently at your disposal without any outside investment or funding. It has been an interesting experiment because we, Rob Sullivan, David Roberts, and I, are trying to figure out a lot of this on . . .