Book Review: The Pragmatic Programmer

In an effort to make myself the best developer possible, I have been reading the classics in the programmer’s cannon. These are the books you are assigned as homework on your way to a computer science degree. This month I read “The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master” by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas. It was nothing short of fantastic, and truly a book that I can see myself constantly referring back to in my career. Read More

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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

Developer friendly hosting

And the winner is… A2 Hosting! (I thought I’d go all Tarrentino on you and start with the ending)

I have been looking for a new developer friendly hosting provider for my portfolio website. I wanted a high-quality provider that was professional, offered a lot of technologies, and was reasonably priced.

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