Article Archive

  1. Stop Coding Under Stress: Avoiding Bugs & Catastrophes

    Programmers and web developers spend most of their time sitting and thinking. How can that be stressful?

  2. 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.

  3. Focus on the Easy Bits: CI/CD with Azure and Github

    This tutorial will get you started with a basic CI/CD workflow using Github Actions to deploy a Web application to Azure.

  4. Get the Drop on the Cloud: Node.js and Azure

    Deploying applications to the cloud can be intimidating. Don't worry though, this guide will stick to the bare essentials. When you've finished here, you will have a web application running on Azure.

  5. Making an Even-More-Useful COVID-19 Tracker with Node.js

    Imagine an artist transferring the clutter of her studio directly to the canvas. When we query an API or database, we often transfer that clutter to the user interface. There is a better way.

  6. Start Here to Make a Useful COVID-19 Tracker with Node.js

    If you've been wanting to learn Node.js, why not let pandemic worries spur you to action? Let's build a Web application to display the latest COVID-19 statistics. Never fear, we'll make it simple and fun.

  7. 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.

  8. How To Quickly Deploy an Angular Application with AWS CDK

    Large teams use powerful enterprise tools to manage their cloud infrastructure. But smaller companies sometimes do not have the expertise or resources to use those tools. AWS CDK lets everyone create and maintain their infrastructure as code.

  9. About This Website

    I didn't work as a designer for long. My customers wanted websites—not brochures. More was required.