The person who knows how will always have a job. The person who knows why will always be his boss. Setting the scene School is starting back soon and that means that kids will be pouring out of their homes and back into school. Unfortunately schools in the United States are not properly prepared to […]
Indiana Jones and I don’t have a lot in common other than our mutual disdain for snakes. “Snakes, why’d it have to be SNAKES?” Indy, you are my hero! Obviously Python has nothing to do with snakes, it’s just a name of a programming language. Just like my last post about Git, my first interaction […]
My foray into git and learning to love the system. It’s been four years in the making, but I’m finally using Github now.
As we celebrate Father’s Day today, we need to remember not only to celebrate our own fathers but also those unsung heroes in our lives.
A recent stroll through Bent Creek reveals something fascinating.
The FCC announced late Wednesday afternoon that they have backtracked on their original ruling and will release a proposal for an Internet “fast lane” on Friday. In technology terms, this means the end of net neutrality. What is net neutrality? Think of it this way: “Net neutrality advocates like to use the metaphor of cars […]
When was the last you said no to someone who asked you to do something for them? This is a problem that we face constantly. We take on more and accomplish less. We should never over promise and under deliver. Recently I started breaking down things into three columns. I want to share with you […]
Recap of our first triathlon in 2014.