MacOS Proper Home and End Keys

March 21, 2017

So recently I got a new MacBook Pro and while I didn’t get everything setup the way I had it on my old MacBook, the one thing that was bothering me was the Home and End keys not working like they do on Windows. While this shouldn’t be a deal breaker, I knew on my old MacBook I had it setup so the keys would goto the begning of the line or the end of the line, but I couldn’t remember how it was done. ... Read more

Powerline On Mac

March 18, 2017

For the longest time, I’ve been trying to get powerline running on my mac. The documentation is not 100% clear on what to do, so today I sat down and figure it out, and I have to say I’ve very pleased with the results so far. ... Read more

GoLang AWS SQS Poller

January 28, 2017

I recently took up learning Go. While trying to find something to rewrite I go, I noticed at work that we had a poller running in ruby that would take messages out of a SQS queue and pass them along to another server. This small project seemed like the best thing to rewrite. It is a considerably small service and I was able to map out everything in about 2 hours. ... Read more

Dynamic Vagrant Shares

May 14, 2014

At SugarCRM, we are deploying Vagrant stacks as part of the DevOps Initiative. How ever we ran into a few problems with defining shares. Since no two engineers work the same or have the same setup we couldn’t define shares that were hard coded in the Vagrantfile. We had to come up with a way to do shares that end user could customize easily. While looking for solutions someone pointed out that the Vagrantfile is just Ruby and we could use YAML to define the shares. ... Read more

Blogging is hard

April 10, 2014

One would think that I would have a lot to share with the world, but I find typing out what is in my head very hard. I’m not sure what I can do about it. I think I’m going to try and force myself to write a new blog post every two weeks in hope that it will become easier for me to do. While I’m not sure what the topics might be, they will mostly be technical in nature maybe some on video games. ... Read more

New Year, New Site

March 1, 2014

It’s been well over a year since I last updated this site. Yes it has really been that long, while life has become more chaotic with the coming of the twins, Elijah and Blake, I havn’t been able to update the site like I was in 2012. Now that the boys are almost 2 years old, I feel that I can start writing in my blog again. I’m moving away from WordPress to Jekyll. ... Read more

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