Running tech has come a LOOOONG way from when I first started. I used to be a “log the runs on a sheet of paper (or spreadsheet) and time them with my basic “athletic watch” type of runner. Nowadays you can get a full gamut of details (and logging) all in a single app and track it with a wide assortment of devices. This also leads to decisions (and changes) to make. Continue reading
Today I finished another 7 mile run in my ongoing RAGNAR training for July. My body was still pretty tired from the run two days prior, so the last mile and a half, which includes a really steep hill followed by a trail climb through some switchbacks to the end was more of a survival run than a race to the finish. Continue reading
It’s a big day today. My girls are 10 years old. I blinked and the two little ones that I could cradle in my arms all day long now last about 30 seconds [note to self: will need to go to the gym if carrying them is to continue]. It’s a wonderful day, and it is an emotional day for me as well.
Star Wars is something that I’ve been passing on to my kids now and there’s a lot of magic in that. May the 4th be with you!!! Continue reading
I’m close to finishing the “MVP” and moving to mobile, so now it’s time to start looking for some donations…
Simply write about the first thing that comes to your mind …. NOW!
Visual Studio Code is looking to be my new text editor of choice for small to medium text wrangling. It’s free, fast, has an extensive extension library growing for it, and I can even do TypeScript, Node.js, and PHP debugging through it should I desire. It plays really nice with the .Net Core 1.0 stuff and I can launch things from the terminal/command prompt as well! Oh yeah, you can get it for OSX and Linux as well as Windows. Kudos Microsoft! Keep it up! Continue reading