Taming The Jungle: Working With New Code

An undervalued skill of the common developer lies in their ability to navigate and explore a new code base. Although not the most glamorous or fun task, it is the one that almost always consumes most of a developers working hours. »

Upgrading to Sublime Text 3

When Sublime Text 3 was released I groaned along with many others. Why a new version? What are the incompatibilities? But most importantly: Will all my old packages that I know and love still work?? »

First Version of Theme HarryWolff 2.0 Is Live!

If you look around you can see that I've switched to the new theme that I've been developing over the weekend. It's made with love and I'm glad I was able to get a working version ready for tonight. »

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. »