I stumbled on this link via reddit this morning and got a whole lot more than I bargained for. This is a wonderful explanation of computer architecture! All credit to JackTech.
Ugh, right? I just said that. In all seriousness, I feel like I’m stagnating a little bit. I’ve been in the LAMP world since I was a teenager. I’m comfortable there, but I feel like I’m missing out on so much and I’m only 25. I want to stay relevant and feel ‘hip’ like these cool kids, so over the next few weeks, I’m going to learn the MEAN stack, and hopefully post some tutorials or something. Until then, get off my lawn.
I’ve been pretty busy lately! I just finished up another site, this time it is for Accident Reconstruction Specialists Ltd. The site is static and built using Bootstrap 3. Nothing overly interesting from a development standpoint, but it’s a decent looking site none the less.
The design is heavily inspired by the brochure that was provided to me. My client specifically wanted the documents in the background so I photoshopped a web friendly version. I will upload the source later to this post so you can see where my inspiration came from. I went with bootstrap so I could get a quick and dirty responsive site so my client could start linking their customers to it. All that’s left to do now is some SEO work and adding a reCaptcha to the contact form.
It’s been a pretty busy few weeks. I’ve been hard at work diving a bit deeper into WordPress development. I originally built my friend a site for his eSports organization last year, but the organization changed so they were in need of a new site. I’m proud to announce that endurance-esports.com is live!
Go ahead and check it out!
Update – November 2015: The client has changed the design of the site. It is still running the theme I created for them, but with some alterations. Due to the nature of it being a WordPress site, the design is up to the client’s discretion from this point forward and is not reflective of the work I did.
This is a great simple breakdown of the weird hardware inside the PlayStation 3. It explains why ports to and from the console are a pain and some of the business decisions behind having the Cell Architecture.
For more videos like this, check out his channel!