Helping you bootstrap your web site/app using a Grunt & Node.js stack
An introduction to the design, development and deployment process of the latest version of my site.
An experiment of sorts.
Taking a stab at building a web app, fully hosted in the cloud.
This past summer I started working on another feature for the site, called Blips.
Say hello to Replica. Blogging platforms have been so busy trying to copy each other, there really haven’t been any other platforms that really fit what I needed. It borrows features from other platforms, and leaves out the ones I don’t need. At it’s heart, is a simple dashboard for creating and editing posts, built on top of Django web framework and written in Python. Anything can easily be edited. But what really makes Replica stick out above others? Lets take a look at some of the features I
The way we approach these things is definitely kind of – they’re connected in weird ways. And definitely for Remedy fans, there will be a lot of familiar things from a Remedy game.
I can picture it now. At the end of Quantum Break, the camera pans away to reveal the entire thing was a show, written by Alan Wake.
The toolkit finally allows players to create official mods for The Witcher 2, ranging from new quests to new worlds to explore.
With Ouya’s Kickstarter [http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ouya/ouya-a-new-kind-of-video-game-console] page going live yesterday, people have been asking me what I thought of the new console. I’ve had some time to think it over, and I keep coming to the same conclusion. The Ouya is little more than a smartphone masquerading as a home console. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it’s just what it is. Hardware Lets start with the hardware. It’s near-identical to what’s found in the current gen
Upgrading PostgreSQL from 8.1 to 8.4