I’ve updated the code I use to require scripts and styles on my web pages.
Check it out, or fork it at github: http://github.com/thetalecrafter/require
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This week, as I built part of my App Server for Distributed Systems Design, I hit another stumbling block. The library that Amazon provides in PHP for accessing SimpleDB requires PHP 5.2. I should hav Continue reading
As I’ve been trying to do Lab 2 without having to modify my ami or change my apache configuration, I’ve found some nice helpers.
First, trying to encode and decode JSON in PHP 5.2 is easy… you just us Continue reading
This is my last semester at BYU, and I am taking Distributes System Design. As I go through the preocess of creating (with my classmates) a distributed web application, I will be logging my progress a Continue reading
I hope I am not disappointing too many people, but I don’t feel strongly enough about this blog and I don’t have enough I want to say to blog on a regular basis.
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As I thought more on the topic of Internet security and privacy, I decided to revisit the image of going barefoot on the net. This time, however, in the form of a poem. Here it is:
I stand Continue reading
Julie, Abby, and I have left Provo for the summer. I have started an internship as a Software Developer with Amazon.com. We are living in downtown Seattle, and are still recovering from culture shoc Continue reading
Agile methods have proven time and again to produce better software quicker. Extreme programming, iterative development, and release early release often provide the designers and developers with more Continue reading
In high school some friends and I made an a cappella group called Ambience. My brother Jacob was our 1st tenor, I sang 2nd tenor, Jacob Morris sang baritone, and Trevor Watts sang bass. We traded part Continue reading