Working for Beer

Working for Beer

Beer, Beets, Battlestar Galactica. Oh my! I feel it is safe to assume that beer is pretty popular here in the good old USA. Thirty years ago, everyone was drinking their favorite big brand: Bud Light, Miller Light, or — my personal favorite of the classic big beers —...
Book Review: A Whole New Engineer

Book Review: A Whole New Engineer

Engineering is just for geeks with pocket protectors, right? Engineering is all about math, formula, and intensive study of existing builds, right? I have done a good amount of software education over the years. Some as a student, and some as a teacher. The book “A...
Quick Look – AWS Cloud9

Quick Look – AWS Cloud9

As I wrote in Part 1 of my REST API with AWS series, development coding shouldn’t happen within the browser due to the lack of good practices such as reuse of functions, source control, and continuous integration. But there is a slight caveat to that: AWS Cloud9. With...
Using Vue CLI

Using Vue CLI

In my previous post, we stood up a Vue.js site as a single-page application where the entire site was a single index.html file. In this post, I am going to use the Vue CLI to scaffold out our solution a little more. First, we will need to install the Vue CLI. sudo npm...
Vue.js: An Introduction

Vue.js: An Introduction

I have written a few blog posts on Angular in the past, mostly because it’s a framework I leverage quite often and am usually very pleased with how it works. But Vue.js is another framework that I’ve been playing around with lately, so I wanted to quickly write down...

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