Shopping for Cars

My current car, a 2013 Chrysler 200 Limited, is under a lease that will be up in June. I loved this car far more than I expected to, given the reviews on it, but I can provide more color to that later. The end story is that the residual value of my car (the amount […]

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Project Audi TT Audio

So, last fall, I picked up a 2002 Audi TT 225 Roadster with a little over 160,000 miles. It’s super high mileage, but drives super well, and I figure it’s a great little car to learn on. Luckily, nothing terrible has happened yet, but I can guarantee you that this car will be featured more […]

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Introduction

I keep finding myself in situations where I say, “Yeah, I could totally do that myself.” Honestly, I have no freaking idea what I’m doing, but at least I can share the knowledge after I’ve broken everything. You may also find instances where my wife and I have both not had any idea what we […]

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GCouchbase – A reasonable Couchbase library for Vala

I’m pleased to announce that there is a reasonable Couchbase library coming along for Vala, and it is semi-functional at this point. Sure, an announcement seems weird at “semi-functional”, but considering the absence of a library up to this point, I’m calling it good. Introducing GCouchbase (github/web). GCouchbase is a combination of a fully functional […]

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I’m speaking at Twin Cities Code Camp 15!

I will be presenting the Ambition MVC Framework at TCCC15. Twin Cities Code Camp is a free event that occurs twice a year at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN, and it caters to novice to advanced developers using multiple languages and devices. TCCC15 will be held on October 19th, 2013, starting at 8:00am, […]

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