About Me

I like to view myself as a problem solver, not a programmer. I enjoy the journey, more than the destination. The challenges of a particularly difficult problem, and the satisfaction of coming out on top. I got into this field when I took a class for Web Design and finished two years of curriculum in six months. I finished the program with two CIW certifications and it only whet my appetite. So I began reading programming books, articles, and tutorials. Anything I could get my hands on. I have since accumulated little bits of knowledge on a great many popular technologies. So, if I am not already familiar with a subject, I usually know how to go about finding out more about it. This means that, while most of my experience is in PHP and JavaScript, I am familiar with a number of languages, and if given the right opportunity I can quickly adapt to any given situation.

Building My First Webapp with Yeoman NEW

Yesterday I reinstalled nodejs on Ubuntu 14.04 so that I could install node packages without root. This is important for yeoman to work correctly, if you are having troubles with yeoman, I would suggest reading the aforementioned article. While reinstalling nodejs I also installed yeoman and the webapp generator. Today I ran the webapp generator […]

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(Re)Installing Node is a Pain NEW

I’ve been using nodejs and npm on Ubuntu 14.04 for a while now, but in a limited capacity. I haven’t been using grunt or gulp, or any other task runner, just npm. After watching a video, Master Front-End Workflow with Yeoman, Grunt and Bower, I decided that I wanted to start taking advantage of some […]

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