• JSON: Fun for Everyone!

    Friends! Settle in, I’ve got a good one for you today. I want to talk to you all about my favourite data-interchange format! What’s that? Nobody has a favourite data-interchange format? Nonsense! Everyone has one. Mine is JSON. Heard of it? Yeah, I thought so.

  • HTTPS For everyone!

    Quick announcement! As of today, my personal site and this blog are both HTTPS-enabled! Secure web traffic for everyone!

  • Cleaning Up Conditionals with Send

    Well well well, here we are. In the words of a song my friend wrote for our band in high school, “It’s been so long, but now we’re back.” Lyrical genius, I say. Anyways, it’s been quite a while since I posted, but I thought I might try and resurrect this blog a little with some slightly more technical content. I’ve been programming pretty much every day for over a year now, and I feel like I’ve done some kinda cool things. Lets dive in!

  • Keep on Truckin'

    Hello! I’m still here! Never fear, dear reader, I’d never abandon you. I’ve been meaning to do this post for a little while, so here we go.

  • Intro to Git

    Ok, so here’s what’s up. Github is a website where you can manage git repositories. Git is software that allows you to track changes to your code, and is super helpful for people working together on a project. Git and github are separate things, but most people use them together. It’s called Version Control, which is a term I’d never heard before, and there’s options other than git (SVN and Mercurial, I think they’re called). Git seems to be the most widely used though, at least in my experience.

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