a classical portico or roofed colonnade.
– the great hall in Athens in which the ancient Greek philosopher Zeno gave the founding lectures of the Stoic school of philosophy.
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Recently I was faced with the challenge of needing to dynamically populate a form based on a previous selection the user made. This is a common problem for web apps, and there have been a myriad of solutions devised, usually using AJAX calls to get the dynamic content. But this time I was using Hotwire/Continue reading “Dynamic Forms with Hotwire/ Turbo/ Stimulus”
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This post is going to be intentionally corny, and hopefully just a little bit humorous. I am going to tell you about a make believe team of super heroes that embody some of the intangible qualities I bring to the table. Laugh, roll your eyes, click your browser’s back button furiously to get away, orContinue reading “The Intangibles”
I am a people person. I love working with people and strongly believe that putting people first is nearly always the right choice. Putting people first can be challenging in software development when deadlines, bugs, egos and opinions get in the way. I have seen each one of these things at work, doing real harmContinue reading “People Come First”
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