I love learning new unix commands because there is infinite ways to become more productive. When you work alongside some unix power user wizards like I do I frequently retrace through the history to analyze how they did something. At the moment, my new favorite is watch. A basic example I’ve used a few times […]
On October 8th, 2017 I completed my first half marathon and a goal I set for myself back in January. I felt pretty prepared beforehand, but the day of the race was brutally humid in Hampton, Virginia. I started falling out around mile 10. Luckily I had my father-in-law running with me and he was […]
During May, 2017 we took a well deserved vacation to the Pacific Northwest. We flew into San Francisco and spent a few days exploring the city before renting a car and driving up I-5 through Portland, Oregon and then finally on to Seattle, Washington. It was our first time on the west coast. I absolutely […]
Thanks for all the love and support everyone has given me the last 4+ years, especially my best friend and official research paper-proofer. VCU has given me many great learning and leadership experiences – both in and out of the classroom. With this out of the way, I can now focus on my true passion, applying […]
One of my least favorite parts about running a web server is maintaining certificates. Although I run a handful of servers all with varying certificates I don’t install new ones frequently enough to where I can do it with my eyes closed but I do install them frequently enough for it to be a pain in the ass each time.
My relationship with the term blogging has a history that has been ongoing for many years. Yes, I’ve blogged once or twice in the traditional sense but I’ve also logged my life in various ways online via a number of different projects.
Lately I’ve been trying to get myself to write more @mixins, because I’ve found they help standardize components in Sass. Last night I wrote this @mixin I believe creates a really good baseline for links in a project.