Change is good

Lots of change this year from living situation, to a new phone, 2017 seems brand new still. I won’t get into all the details of how 2017 is different, but I will remind you why change is good. Steve Wozniak preaches “Change is good” especially when it comes to technology, but in general I find […]

Oregon Coast in the Fall

The Oregon coast is a pretty neat coast. It’s much different from California, and most of the time, you need your rain gear. Something about it is really attractive to me. The scenery is neat, the weather is harsh, and the houses are cheap. Someday I hope to buy a shack there. My main love […]

Marin County Bass Fishing

I’ve always been into fishing, but I have definitely taken some breaks, some longer than others. I fished a lot with my grandpa, Gramp, he was a pro at fishing. He passed when I was in the 5th grade, and I fished a lot less since then. My brother got into fly fishing right after […]

Deschutes Salmon Fly Hatch 2016

Ahhh, it’s that time. Dry fly fishing is here on the Deschutes. I switched over from having my 5 switch rigged with jimmy legs and a small copper john and my 5 rigged with some soft hackle (sometimes a small dry) to both rods rigged with big foam drys. Always having one chubby chernobyl, sometimes […]

Org Limits – nice small salesforce package

So a very cool employee/co-worker at SFDC published a repo on github of a nice visualforce page that shows the current org usage compared to the limits in nice gauge like graphs. I really liked it and thought others might want to use it too, but might not want to deploy the code. So I […]

Node Json Web Token Authentification – a mild walkthrough

So I have no school right now, and some time to explore some interests of mine. Having done some cool node development at work with the use of backbone and cordova to emulate the client on on mobile, I got interested in learning node development. I don’t have a lot of experience with back end […]

A timely video about water

I found this video today on google plus, Adafruit shared it, they always have good things to share. It explains the creation of water with the use of a nice and easy cartoon. It really is interesting, especially with todays water crisis. Makes me wonder if we can engineer something that allows us to get […]

Research at U of O

A week or so ago I was asked to submit an abstract. Having never done so before I googled the structure followed what I found. My first drafted ended up to be way over the 250 work limit, but I like what I wrote because it helps explain my efforts in research at the University […]