crafting digital experiences
with the Word of God
I take pride the life I’ve dedicated to the Lord and the things that I write. Over the past 20 years I’ve been writing stories, poems, rambling thoughts some inspirational, and have accumulated "several" unfinished books. For ten years I’ve been working as a front-end web developer learning how to shape and craft amazing web experiences.
April 20, 2015
I’ve talked about it long enough. I’ve had two dreams over the last year to write a book and to go freelance in my career. Both are steadily getting closer to becoming a reality as opportunities start to align. A lot of people want to be their own bosses or set their own hours, but I on the other hand want to be able to devote my time to projects and opportunities that allow me to build amazing web experiences for others. The taste of that eventual goal was beginning to be too hard to pass up and it was time that I worked to achieve the goal. To align with that goal about a month ago I started sketching out ideas and plans for a book and several presentations on two topics that I’m truly passionate about: front-end development and responsive design (which is only design really).Read more.
April 18, 2015
We all have a story to tell whether we write it down or not. Writing and speaking are fundamental pieces of our culture, to both express thoughts and ideas to conveying complex and basic emotions to one another. My wife and I love to talk about our days, whether good or bad, the words we share at the kitchen counter are moments when we can share the exciting or decompress from the days experiences.Read more.
February 7, 2015
One useful part of owning a Mac is the ability to quickly show and hide hidden files so that you can make quick adjustments. For my own workflow that meant starting a Google search for "Show Hidden Files on Mac" all the time when I needed to see and edit a hidden file, then open a terminal window and paste the command that they provided on the page in order to complete that particular workflow. Not the best and quickest solution I know. So at one point I figured that I would set up an alias for both showing and hiding files quickly using terminal with commands that I could remember easily.Read more.
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