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I recently attended a leadership course offered by ExactTarget called Lead From Within. I did not know what to expect, so when they asked, "on a scale from 1 to 7, how useful to do you plan for this to be?" on the first day I had my doubts...
Taking the time to make your node app secure? Using Express as your server? If you answered "yes" to both of these, then boy do I have some news for you. If you answered "no" to the first question, there's something wrong...
Delivering an app (front-end) can be hard. There are a lot of things to take into account. Should I lint my files? Do I need unit tests? How do I deliver the most optimized content to the user? Usually people have to do all these steps manually, cutting productivity. But not anymore...
As every good front-end programmer should do, I finally finished reading JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford (DC). Unfortunately I've been writing JavaScript (JS) for a while, but I have not had the chance to finish this book...
I got to tour Mashable, Stack Overflow, Facebook, Tumblr, and Spotify when I visited NYC. It was fucking awesome in so many ways. The only catch was that I had to get to NYC myself. Problem? No way. Bring on the tours...
This past weekend I participated in Indy GiveCamp, which is a charity event for non-profits around Indianapolis. The goal of Indy GiveCamp was to make "something" that helped these non-profits; Delivering a product or service they don't have time or resources to create/update...

I am a life-long learner, adventure seeker, and front-end developer for @ExactTarget