Month: June 2017

Getting Disconnected

You might have noticed that there was no new posts in the past week. I took some time off from creating blog posts and programming to focus on some things outside the realm of development. It felt great to get some things done that I have been pushing off for weeks. I got back into […]

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Update

Looks like this didn’t get posted yesterday like it should have. To all of the dads out there; Happy Father’s Day. It’s been a busy weekend for me so I don’t have much for this blog post. I noticed the local job market is really big on JS. I’m going to be working on making […]

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Working on side projects when you are busy

The only way to advance in the software development field is to constantly be working on your craft. Practice makes perfect, except you can never perfect anything in the development field. I personally think that is the most appealing aspect about development. You can never stop getting better, and it is quite addicting. If you […]

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When to walk away from a difficult bug?

You have spent all day working on your new project. You’re on fire; many of the features you wanted to add are made. Confidence is building; there is no better feeling than taking your ideas and bringing them to life for people to enjoy (and purchase). You’re about to call it a day but decided […]

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Should I drown myself in books?

One thing I noticed is that a lot of developers pride themselves with the amount of books that they have read. I was guilty of this too at one point. I had a bookshelf full of a C, C++, C# and game development books. I read most of them, I enjoyed a lot of them […]

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The Best Web Stack?

One of the decisions I had to make when I was beginning to start web development was which programming languages I would l learn. After some research and trying different ones out I decided to learn the MEAN stack. I know a lot of people will argue with me night and day over my decision […]

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Thoughts on VR

It is no surprise that VR exploded when it was shown to be viable media platform when Oculus was first shipping out their Dev Kits funded by their very successful Kickstarter. I was able to play with one during PAX EAST a few years ago. While it wasn’t the VR of science fiction, it was […]

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