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Supervisord, Docker, and Loggly

99% of what I need to do can be found on Stack Overflow. But, I had a hard time finding any article that explained how to put together Supervisord and Docker and pipe the logs into Loggly. This week I

Posted in Discussion, Servers

Migrating from Disqus to Muut

Working on an API for to migrate forums from Disqus.

Posted in Discussion, JavaScript

Dealing With Credit Card Gateways

I’ve processed thousands of credit card payments. Well, not me really, but my code has. And in doing so I’ve started to find a flow; a list if you will, of things that you absolutely must do to keep your

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Stripe Credit Card Processing : Thoughts?

If you don’t know, now you know: Stripe is, or rather states, that they do online processing for a flat fee and act as your gateway interfacing directly with your bank. AWESOME! I think Stripe is pretty new right

Posted in Discussion, JavaScript, PHP

Understanding Variable Scope

This week I saw a lot of problems on forums, and at our office related to scope. So I’ve decided to write on scope as it relates to a few languages and discuss why understanding variable scope can save you

Posted in Discussion

Editor Of Choice

I’m a pretty big fan of open source initiatives, code, rules, and especially software. If you go to school for computer science they’re going to give you the command line and probably a bunch of proprietary software; either free or

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Mobile Framework Roundup

I’ve been working at this office in Bakersfield for about 2 years now after my foray into the freelance world which I did also for 2 years. And while I still freelance on the side it’s nice to work with

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Posted in Discussion, JavaScript

New Blog For Code

Okay, so everyone’s done it and now I am going to too. Here’s a place for cool things I find, code I write, and stuff in general that I’d like to share with the community (the internets) and family alike.

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