Category Archives: Books

2017 Books of the Year

These are the books that were indispensable this year as I continued learning and developing the apps that constitute my portfolio. CentOS 7 Linux Server Cookbook by Oliver Pelz and Jonathan Hobson Mastering CentOS 7 Linux Server by Mohamed Alibi … Continue reading

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SCORM Exchange Excitement

I willingly subscribe to a very small handful of things. One of them is Philip Hutchison‘s updates on his forthcoming book because I couldn’t be more excited about it. I think it’s important and exciting enough to share—the thoughts and … Continue reading

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The Catch-22 Pengiun

I’m not sure if that blue & red penguin meme actually represents catch-22’s, pseudo/non-ironies like the Alanis Morissette song, or simple twists of fate like the Bob Dylan song, but … I think I’ve figured out how to complete my … Continue reading

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2016 Books of the Year

As with last year, these aren’t necessarily new books released in 2016. These are the books I discovered that most contributed to my learning and advancement in 2016. New books face a disadvantage in their hopes to be so honored — … Continue reading

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Articulating My Goal(s) and a New Book

Sent an email to Swizec Teller after buying his book, React+d3.js: Build Data Visualizations with React and d3.js. He wrote me back, asking what I was working on and I was able to, IMHO, concisely state what I’m working on and … Continue reading

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I May Have to Spend Money

I’ve requested JavaScript and jQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development by Jon Duckett from my library (again) but it’s taking too long. I may have to finally just break down and buy myself my very own copy. I suppose if any … Continue reading

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It Just Keeps Getting Better

I stopped reading The Modern Web by Peter Gasston for a bit because I thought, “Okay, the rest won’t be this good … it’s slowing down” but picked it back up on a whim and then, wham, it started being so great … Continue reading

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