Author image

Eclectic Saddlebag

Welcome to my Eclectic Journey.

Cover image

Express Bodyparser

I am learning how much I love back-end architectures. This week I decided to through away the tutorials and code my first Node Express server. After reviewing a lot of code samples I started to notice something around one middleware package. The way that Body-parser is including in a project can be subjective.

Link
Cover image

Rails Boilerplate

So far in this series, we have looked at the benefits of using a Boilerplate to streamline your workflow, and a two articles on how to set up a React Boilerplate with Parcel instead of Webpack, and a traditional means to compile and bundle a traditional HTML/SCSS project using Parcel. So, what about Rails?

Link
Cover image

Learn a New Language

When was the last time you had the desire to learn a new programming language? It can at first seem like a daunting task. However, it can be easier than you think. In this article we will look at a a commonality found in programming languages and allow us to think differently about undertaking a new learning path.

Link
Cover image

One Feature Three Projects

Since graduating from Flatiron School in March, I have been building a lot of projects, learning more technologies, and try to sharpen my skills as I search for my first professional Software Development position. Over the last few weeks I have been developing a Full-Stack Ruby on Rails application, called Your Congress project what will become quite large. I decided to briefly stop on this project and try something different - One Feature Three Projects.

Link
Cover image

System Automation

So I have been writing about streaming our workflow, but this does not have to be about coding. How about our productivity on our systems? In this article I focusing on scheduling some jobs on Unix based systems, mostly centered around securing data.

Link