Numenera and a kid with mild asperger's syndrome

My wife and I are gamers. We met online in a World of Darkness game. So, there's no surprise that board games and RPGs have become a staple of interest for us. Over the years, I've been kind of mopey about the fact that I can't get my step kids…

Exit Railo, Enter Lucee

Today was an interesting announcement that Micha Offner, lead developer of Railo, is forking Railo and starting development on Lucee. What does this mean for Railo? It would appear to me that Railo is dead in the water and Lucee will be carring the torch going forward. Adam Cameron has…

Monte Cook Games - Numenera & The Strange

If you're looking for an RPG (Pen & Paper) to sink your teeth into. I highly recommend Numenera & The Strange. How to play Numenera How to play The Strange…

Brackets / Golang

As I dive more and more into golang, I've been playing around with different editors. By default, I tend to stick with Sublime Text just due to speed and having an IDE that doesn't get in my way. I've been playing around with Atom, Limetext, etc. More recently, I opted…

Brew Installing IRSSI on Yosemite

To install irssi on osx / yosemite using brew, you'll need to install the xcode command line tools first. From the terminal, type: xcode-select install Once that's installed and you agree to the XCODE T&A, then you can install IRSSI.…

Review: Shaping up with Angular.js

I recently read on twitter that CodeSchool had a free course, Shaping up with Angular.js. I've already been deep diving into Angular.js for a couple of weeks now, but I decided to pause and see if there was anything I was missing. I have to say that CodeSchool…

Railo - War vs. Common Class

I often get asked how I install Railo and why I chose one over the other. It boils down to a simple question. When you're setting up a server, do you want Railo enabled for all websites or the ability to pick and choose? If you answered is "All websites"…

First Impressions: Angular JS

My wife is off for a 24 hour codefest (/jealous) and left me at home with the kids for the night. I decided do my own codefest since one kid went to a sleepover and another kid is hosting his own sleepover here at home. We use backbone at work,…