Welcome to whoever stumbles upon this blog of mine. I’m Josh and I’m… well you can read about that here.

The purpose of this blog is to help myself and other software engineers overcome the complexities we all deal with on a daily basis.

The frustrating reality we all face especially in the world of software engineering is that unless you write a line of code, a function, a configuration many times, it probably won’t stick unless you do it multiple times. So we bookmark that StackOverflow answer or we google that question again. While I’m all for those as reminders of how we got something to work, I’m just choosing to write my findings here.

I try to spread information to my colleagues on a daily basis with findings of failures and successes so why not put it in a “public notebook” of some sorts?

If you read up to here, I appreciate it. And if you are a software engineer yourself, I hope that any of my posts can help you as well.

Published June 4, 2020

    Software engineer, guitarist, hockey fan, husband, dog dad.
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