Salesforce is a pretty decent stack when you want to get something up and running quickly. You can quickly create the model of your data using Custom Objects. Its then easy to create basic pages to list and edit these. In fact, you get this for free without coding at all. Of course, likely you’ll […]Read more "Salesforce development with React, flux, bootstrap"
Salesforce has gotten a lot of hype the last few years. In this blog, I will describe Salesforce from the point of you of a Software Engineer. In those same eyes, I will list its pros and cons, and some ways you can mitigate those cons. I’ll also answer some common questions a Software Engineer may have? What is […]Read more "Salesforce: In the eyes of the Developer"
Life is a balance Life is about striking a healthy balance. One important balance to be made is between work and play. Ignoring the ignorant, it is still pretty safe to say that Windows is funner than other OSs, as far as gaming and UI experience. But what about for work? Sure, I’ve been very […]Read more "Thanks Vagrant, you’ve saved my Windows"
While working on a solution at work, and trying to run one java application 1 I previously made from another java application 2, I had the problem where application 2 would start up, but later spontaneously stopped running. No amount of changes I made would solve this issue; how I executed, changing arguments passed, or […]Read more "Java runtime exec process spontaneously dies"
SO much to do, so little time! I find my self sometimes wishing the Earth’s revolution was a bit slower as to allow extra hours in the day! No time to wait around for that to happen though. Between all the hobbies, interests, work, and of course time with family and friends, there seems never […]Read more "Optimize Me"
I love gaming. I love to try new games. This is a record of games I like, with scoring 1-100. I don’t mean this to be a comprehensive review of the games, so don’t justify my scores. My hopes is that someone will agree with some of my scores, and be tempted to try out […]Read more "Good Games"
I’m the type of person who dreams. But I also think, What good are dreams if you don’t live them? That’s my philosophy, but this one particular dream backfired. At 6ft tall, I’m your fairly average guy. One of my dreams is to be able to dunk a basketball. At my height, that isn’t so […]Read more "Back pain and recovery"
Background Applying for my wife’s US visa to immigrate to the USA has been a long, difficult, and frustrating experience. I write this post in the hopes of helping someone in similar shoes. I met my wife during my Peace Corps in El Salvador. We got married in El Salvador. After my service was done, […]Read more "US visa application for spouse"
With life as busy as it is, and so much happening in the world (both at work and at home), it sometimes becomes difficult to manage everything, and things end up going undone, projects run over time, and tasks accumulate and accumulate until you can no longer handle the load and resort to dropping tasks […]Read more "Task and project management and organization"
Passwords have become part of our everyday life. They are necessary to protect our data and privacy. As with all security related issues though, safety and ease of use are at two sides of the spectrum, and unfortunately most people opt for ease of use in choosing simple passwords they can remember. There is however, […]Read more "Password Management"