I have been learning a lot of new things this year. As the tools of this web trade become more plentiful, it’s harder to focus on any one method or process.
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My wife and I will be reading along with the challenge put forth by Tim Challies this year. It’s been a long time since I published a formal list of things to read in a year, but I’ll add titles to the list below every time I wrap one up:
These are a few of the notes I took at the Compute Midwest Conference in Kansas City, Missouri on November 2, 2016.
Dealing with a rough sequence of events can be tough. If you’re in a strange pattern that seems to be continuing in a downward direction, you may do well to keep a few things in mind to preserve your sanity.
I work and live alone. As a web developer, my day-to-day is largely spent in front of a screen, flying solo. In fact, I work to create opportunities we can all experience in our own little personal glass spheres.
Follow along as I tell the story of going from kid-with-camera to guy-with-computer! This is the first time I have really spelled out the story of how I got into the field of web development, and how young I was when I got my start.
2015 was a year of, “firsts” for me: First time moving back to Springfield, MO (from KC). First two months of 60-70 hour work weeks…
I can finally show off some stuff I have been up to with my good friend Wesley Noble – we started a podcast interviewing people from/in/around the great Midwest, USA. Check it out!