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Two Zero One Nine

Published on Saturday 5, January 2019
2018 was a weird year. It felt like it just zoomed by and nothing eventful happened. In fact, I feel like most people I have talked to this year felt the same exact way. But, then I sat down to my end of year write up and realized that this year was way more packed than I thought.

My first day with React.js

Published on Tuesday 9, January 2018

On New Years Day I sat down over ReactJS and decided to see what all the commotion was about. I primarily work on the backend and have dabbled lightly with AngularJS. Generally, my JavaScript work just falls to basic DOM manipulation using vanilla JS or jQuery. Nothing fancy, no components. ReactJS is fun.

jsFiddle for your debugging needs

Published on Friday 23, November 2012
We all love JavaScript and what it can do, especially the various frameworks created to make the life of a developer easier. However, with scripting comes debugging, and debugging can take a lot of time. We all have our own ways of going about this process, but a few months ago at an interview I was introduced to jsFiddle.jsFiddle allows you to select your favorite JavaScript framework - or import a link to your own script file - and debug the code.

Bootstrap from Twitter

Published on Sunday 11, December 2011
Need to do a quick web site but strapped for time? Twitter has a whole bunch of open source projects they have released, and one of them is called Bootstrap. It comes preloaded with CSS styles and simple JavaScript plugins. I'd have to say the best part about it is the predefined layouts, or the ability to make them even faster.
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