When trying out a new technique or practicing a kata, I slap on a quick front end and deploy it to AWS for future reference. Here is an index page for what I’ve been working on lately.
A buddy is getting into being an Amazon merchant and needs to compare data from distributors to existing products on Amazon. I built a Sinatra tool for parsing item descriptions and comparing string quantity values.
Going to code school was a hard decision to make, and I made it with surprisingly little information. It was an amazing but difficult experience, and if I knew then what I know now, I may have relaxed a little more along the way. Two years after code school, I started giving talks and writing blogs about lessons I have learned, and I had a lot more to say than this blog would support. I wrote this ebook guide for anyone who is considering going to code school.
Since moving to Portland, my partner and I have been seeing more theater than we can track. I originally built the app in meteor, and then in node, angular, and mongodb. Check out my progress at virtual-playbill.herokuapp.com.
Eh? is a programming language I am building using idiomatic Canadianisms. I am gaining a greater understanding of how languages function, and love considering what features are useful/essential in a language.
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