Coding

Git + MAMP + SiteGround

For too long now I have put off the chore of getting my local development environment set up in a way that would allow me to use Git to push my code directly to SiteGround. I had tried in the past but always ended up hitting a stumbling block somewhere along the way. There is…

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Crossfit, Pain & Depression

For many of us tech folk, our hobbies usually revolve around our day to day work. For example, at my past several jobs, my work was building websites. Then, in my spare time, I’d build websites. Doesn’t sound like much of a break, does it? About 2 years ago, I found CrossFit. It was exactly…

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It has to be the server issue! Or not.

This week has mercifully come to an end, and not a minute too soon! I’m not going to say it was a terrible week, because it really wasn’t. It was just a bit more chaotic than even I like. And I like me some chaos! Even through the chaos, I was able to wrap up…

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I need more hack-a-thons

I consider myself a developer. Yet, as I’m sure is the case with most people who start a business, the more your business grows, the less you get to do of the thing that got you in to business to begin with. I spend a good portion of my day working with clients, answering emails,…

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