We moved to Australia on 18 April 2022. This is the start of the rest of my life, all over again. I’ve lived in Australia now for two months.
After two years of work, I am finally able to share some big personal news: my wife and I are moving from Denver, Colorado in the United States to Adelaide, South Australia. We will leave the United States on 16 April 2022. That is two weeks from now.
In Feburary 2020, I interviewed was hired at Sophos, a global cyber-security company. Sophos develops products for network security, email security, encryption, mobile securiy, and communications endpoints. The company has 3,500 employees. It is an institution.
This guitar is an E-Series 1987 Japanese Fender Stratocaster Squier. I didn’t know most of that until a month ago. At thirteen, I got it from a pawn shop in small Texas town. It was my first guitar. Many have come and gone over the years, but this one has been with me since. This guitar moves with me to Australia and back. It has my companion and tool in six bands that I can recall from memory right now. It was never great, but that was never the point of this one, for me.
The introduction of iPadOS looked promising enough for me to consider replacing more of the work I do on my Arch on my laptop. I’m not interested in deprecating a laptop that I love, but offloading more simple tasks to other, more mobile, devices appeals to my sense of freedom.
Oh, snap. Look! I had already refactored this controller quite a lot, but then I did this. So satisfying.
One of the things I see most on job descriptions, brought up in interviews, and thrown around in general programming discussion is Test Driven Development. For the most part, everyone understands how the methology works and how to implement it. But, I see a lot of developers miss out on the benefits when it comes to fixing a bug.
I’ve been learning to fish. I’ve learned this is, in fact, not how it works.
I’ve ditched hosting the new static site on AWS S3. It’s mostly an impatient thing, but I’ve also seen odd metrics between the AWS S3 analytics and Google Analytics.
I’ve finally completed the move from Jeykll to Middleman, and migrated the old blog to cooksey.io on AWS S3.
This is not a coding post, so this is a bit off topic, but I don’t care:
Do you want a native benchmarking tool for Rails 4? Good luck.
In Angular 1.x, think of $scope methods as public methods.
It’s been a pretty long while since I’ve posted anything on here. I’ve been meaning to, but I keep forgetting.