Blog

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Combining BEM and SMACSS

Code architecture is super important when you want to have clean, readable, and...

How Browser Caching Works

Have you ever noticed that when you load a web page for...

How WebSockets Work – With Socket.io Demo

As a developer you may have heard the term WebSockets thrown around in...

Installing the Docker Client CLI on 32-bit Windows

If you’re unfamiliar with it, Docker is one of the newer development...

The 3 Rules of Dev Blogging

This post covers a short lightning talk I gave at OKC.js this...

Controlling Spotify with Slack and a Raspberry Pi

After moving to a newly constructed floor at Staplegun (where I work),...

Programming Concepts: Type Introspection and Reflection

Often times during the runtime of a program, we need to ask...

Building ES6 Javascript for the Browser with Gulp, Babel, and More

ECMAScript 6 is the most recent update to Javascript, and with it has come a...

What’s with the Name?

Update: As of April 2019, this site’s domain name has been changed...

My History with Beer

Seeing as how we’re approaching the New Year, I felt this topic...

Building a JSON API with Rails – Part 5: Afterthoughts

This post has been a long time coming, but I wanted to...

Programming Concepts: Static vs. Dynamic Type Checking

When learning about programming languages, you’ve probably heard phrases like statically-typed or dynamically-typed when referring...

What Does It Really Mean to Support IE8?

Note: This post is geared towards developers who have heard about IE8...

Programming Concepts: Concurrency

For the third post in this Programming Concepts series, we’ll be discussing...

Talk: Type Introspection and Reflection

OKC Ruby 10.8.2015 [Lightning Talks] Aaron Krauss – Reflection and Introspection

Metaprogramming in Ruby: Part 2

Welcome back to the Metaprogramming in Ruby series! If you haven’t done...

Prototypal Programming in Javascript

Javascript is an object-oriented programming language, but not like not like the...

Metaprogramming in Ruby: Part 1

What is Metaprogramming? Metaprogramming is code that writes code for you. But isn’t...
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