It is my sincerest desire to make the Beginning AngularJS class an epic hands-on training experience. In order to squeeze everything into an eight hour class we will need to hit the ground running. Please feel free to contact me via the Meetup page for public questions or by email if you would like to […]Read more "Beginning AngularJS Pre-class Notes"
INTRODUCTION Heroku is a fantastic service which is perfect for cowboy developers like myself. “What so perfect?”, you ask. Its supports a lot of languages, it is well implemented, and most of all for low levels of usage, it is free. Now before you go crazy, there is a limit to how much free time […]Read more "Node Development using Windows, WebStorm, and Heroku"
I will be giving not one, not two, but three talks at SoCal Code Camp, San Diego. The event will be held on the beautiful campus of UCSD, the weekend of June 23rd and 24th. Woody has promised to bring the Rock and Roll back to code camp, so this is not an event to […]Read more "SoCal Code Camp, San Diego"
I first got hip to the guys at a JetBrains a few years back while trying to find a nasty memory leak in a Windows app. I was using a free tool from Microsoft that was not helping me find the issue. I was contemplating writing my own tool, when a fellow team member suggested […]Read more "WebStorm 4.0 Review"
I was up to nearly 1 AM last night getting familiar with JetBrains’ WebStorm. My early opinion is simply wow! Since the beginning of the year I have been playing around with Node.js. Now, play time is over and I am trying to build real solutions with it. My current back-end of choice is Microsoft’s […]Read more "WebStorm Initial Review"