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Code for the Holidays!

In technology, you can never write too little code. It’s good to try new things and/or keep old skills sharp. So, as we enter another holiday season, I present to you my gift of code to the world! Read More

The Election

I can’t believe it. But then again, I can, when our only two choices suck, and there are so many uneducated, mentally immature people in this country to back them.

Before you judge, my candidate didn’t win, but my candidate never made it to election day. Read More

LittleGood.org

I’ve always wanted to start an organization to help others. One idea that I have been exploring was a solution to connect busy folks with a mind to do community service, with volunteer opportunities. There’s no shortage of opportunities,  but if you’ve ever tried to look for something on your own you quickly find challenges:

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Eating Your Own Dog Food

While planning out the next steps for my fitness app, the question crossed my mind, “should I use my own API to actually power the backend of my app?” After a little research, that is where I learned the pros and cons of “eating your own dog food.” Gotta love how technology professionals communicate.

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Extracurricular Professional and Personal Projects for the End of 2016

As a technology professional, it is important to keep my skills sharp and stay up-to-date on the latest technology. The first step toward that end was finding my dream job. Nevertheless, it’s important to experiment with new things outside of work. Things that I would not normally get a chance to do otherwise. I’m using this post outline a plan of attack over the course of the rest of the year.

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