Bumpr

I use a lot of browsers throughout the day. Up until a couple days ago, that meant when testing specific things, I had to right-click a link, copy the url, then paste into the browser I wanted to test in. With Bumpr installed and set as my default browser, it intercepts links I click and […]

Fickle Dev

I’m a loyal husband. When it comes to software… I’m apparently quite fickle. I seem to cyclically rotate from Chrome > Firefox > Safari > Opera (and some of their developer/preview versions) as my default browser every couple months. I also tend to do the same with code editors like Sublime Text, Visual Studio Code, […]

Offline Docs

You know those moments of realization where you discover something and feel like you’ve had your head in the sand for years? That’s been my morning. I just discovered Dash (or Zeal for Linux/Windows users) and I’m loving it! Dash is an API Documentation Browser and Code Snippet Manager. Dash stores snippets of code and instantly searches […]

Operation Homecooked Mobile Device Lab

TL;DR — I’m a web developer nerd that wanted to test my sites on multiple devices at once. So, I built a thing to do that. Background I’m the in-house web developer at an excellent CPA firm in Southern Arizona. I build/maintain all their web properties – internal and external. As it stands, all but […]

Inspiration – Chris Coyier

Wow! I saw this link go by on Twitter this morning before I was headed to work and made a mental note to take a peek during my lunch break. I’m so glad I did. Chris Coyier is someone I’ve been following around the internet for several years. His CSS-Tricks site, and CodePen tool have […]

New Host

I’m excited to be moving this site (and the wife’s) to a new host later this week. I’ve been relying on them for about a year for a work project and I’ve been really impressed with features, user community, and especially the price. Spun up a new droplet (virtual server) this evening. Five. bucks. a month. […]