Creating A New WordPress Theme

The theme around here is feeling a little stale to me. I've started working on a new theme for this blog, using WordPress-Skeleton as the base for the git repo and the Bones theme as my theme's starting foundation. »

My First App: Jot

In the middle of last year I began playing around with iOS development. I've long been curious about Objective-C and Cocoa Touch, trying tutorials and reading documentation on and off for a few years. Every so often I'd begin work on an application only to have it end in frustration: either I didn't enjoy what I was working on or more commonly the learning curve proved too steep. »

GetGlue's Front End Stack

Earlier this year GetGlue began work on the new GetGlue website. It was a chance for a clean engineering slate, allowing us to put all our knowledge together to begin a new project on strong footing. It was a chance to use all of the most powerful client-side technologies to allow us to work efficiently and quickly. »

Color: A Game To Test Your Matching Skills

This is really cool. Built entirely with native browser technology Color — Method of Action is a game that tests your ability to match colors based on hue, saturation, complementary, analogous, ternary, and quaternary. Fun. »

Prune Remote Git Branches

Git is a wonderful version control system. It’s light, nimble, and fast. It makes managing code amongst many developers a dream. »

The Difference Between Numbers and Letters

Most of my day is spent working with numbers and equations. That’s a big part of coding. Putting logical expressions into code for the desired outcome. Commonly the desired outcome is a functioning website. »