This weekend I got a really cool opportunity to go to Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland to preview the new Star Wars ride Rise of the Resistance. As a self-proclaimed theme park aficionado and also huge Star Wars fan I can say with some assurance that my experience on Rise of the Resistance is the best I […]
I had the privilege of working with Microsoft as a Software Engineer Intern @ Redmond, WA this last summer and during my time there I treasured my access to all of the CHEAP wonderful food on campus. There were cafes in between almost every group of buildings that Microsoft owns in Redmond (they own basically […]
This is one question I get asked quite often. After all, I am (supposedly) an experienced software developer; shouldn’t I just be able to code my own site? Well, yes, of course I could… but why would I reinvent the wheel? The time it would take to develop a dynamic blogging system from scratch vs. […]
The 70’s was a pivotal time when it was untenable for the U.S. government to keep its’ iron grip on the computing power necessary to make & break a resilient cipher. What followed was the first public encryption standard DES (Data Encryption Standard) published by computing monolith IBM; giving the masses a way to...
First off, today marks my 5th year of full-time professional software development. In this time I have been employed both as a freelancer and corporate cog. The subject of my projects span: Web Apps, Android, Databases, and Industrial Equipment interface (TCP/IP & JMS). The sole intended purpose of this site is to act as an […]