Harvey Ramer

Harvey Ramer

Harvey has been writing code for nearly twenty years. He builds web applications with React, Node.js, and MongoDB and deploys them to the cloud with CI/CD pipelines. He talks and writes about the Christian worldview, technology, startups, and how differences can become a collaborative asset.
  1. How to Get More Creative Work Done in a Day

    Every one of us has 24 hours available each day. Whether we realize it or not, we allocate those hours to the activities we value most. So perhaps when we say we need more time, we aren't discussing time at all. BUSINESS

  2. Stop Coding Under Stress: How to Avoid Bugs and the End of the World

    Software developers seem to spend most of their time sitting and thinking. How can that be stressful? Vague requirements, unrealistic expectations, and a humorless outlook can put programmers at risk. TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS

  3. Configure a Node.js Development Environment on Windows 10

    If you want to learn to write code, setting up a development environment can be a barrier to entry. This tutorial offers a simple way to install the tools you need to start working with Node.js on Windows 10. TECHNOLOGY

  4. Core Web Vitals for Business Owners Who Want to Keep Their Search Rankings

    Measuring a website's user experience has always been a challenge. Which metrics should we measure, and what tools can give us accurate information? To fix this problem, Google has introduced Core Web Vitals—the metrics they use to evaluate your website's user experience. TECHNOLOGY

  5. 3 Keys to a Useful Website That Actually Works

    Busy web designers often overlook the fundamentals of the user's experience and neglect search engine visibility in favor of flashy, easy-to-sell websites. BUSINESS