Since breaking my hand I’ve been trying to find an ideal workflow using the iPad as a primary device and today marks my first complete week doing it. Bellow are some of my quick observations. First, iOS apps that only open links in their web view can die in a fire. I’ve never been so […]Read more "First impressions of a developer going full time on an iPad"
There are very few classes from college that I remember, and out of the ones I do remember, only one I’ve thought about since and that was personal finance. At the time, it was a required class for the degree I pursued and I wasn’t very excited about it. My parents taught me about the […]Read more "Breaking Routines"
Since breaking my hand I’ve been struggling to find a workflow that really suits me, but one thing that I’ve found extremely helpful is the autocomplete and predictive typing from iOS. It’s been really helpful in quick communications like email, slack, Twitter, etc.. Plus the keyboard is smaller making those weird key combinations easier one […]Read more "Programming on an iPad"
I have two kids and one thing is guaranteed, if they are off playing by themselves its just as matter of time before they are fighting. I usually let them work it out, but when it escalates to a certain point they usually come screaming for me or my wife. Of course, not being in […]Read more "Siblings Fighting"
“I got bullied as a kid, I turned out fine, it teaches you to be tough” “My family was verbally abusive, I turned out fine, it teaches you to argue your point” “I didn’t get vaccinated, I turned out fine, my kids don’t need those shots” In your opinion you turned out fine, and you […]Read more "“I Turned Out Fine”"
I just finished having hand surgery and many people are asking me about it. Instead of writing the same thing over and over I’ll just make a blog post with all the details so I can easily share it. I shattered my pinkie finger and ring finger and the goal was to put some pins […]Read more "My Hand Surgery"