You’ve built your first Rails-like Node app. But you’re used to test-driven development, and you have no tests! Don’t be a bad developer – let’s get into the nitty gritty of Node app testing.
For two months, I experimented with waking up early instead of staying up late, to focus on personal development and side projects. I then returned to my old routine for two months, and these are my findings.
There are a surprising number of programmers training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in my professional network. BJJ and programming seem like they have absolutely nothing in common, so why would two completely unrelated activities attract similar people?
I presented “You Already Know How To Build Mobile Apps” at the Jersey Shore Tech Meetup last night. Attendees learned how to build native mobile applications for multiple devices using alternative web technologies. You can download the presentation in PDF form here.
Six Overground has finally received a long overdue revamp. Check it out!
Using only the 140 characters allowed in a single tweet, what kind of art can be generated by a programmer who understands the drawing commands used by tweetndraw? Any tweets published with the #tweetndraw hashtag will be displayed in the tweetndraw gallery. All proceeds from this project will benefit high school art departments. Check It […]
I’ve recently been working in Papervision3D with some MD2 avatars. Since the MD2 format was originally designed for Quake II, I figured there were no better models to use than the actual game models. I’ll be releasing the code in a thorough tutorial on how to accomplish this, but in the meantime, you can see […]
Lately I’ve been playing around with Blender, an open source 3D modeling and animation application, and I have to say I’m pleasantly surprised. Virtually anything that can be realized in commercial 3D programs can be done in Blender. I’ll be posting some tutorials soon on some of the techniques I’ve found useful within Blender and […]