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Steven Kitzes
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Switching to React - First Impressions
In earlier posts I wrote that I planned to use Handlebars as my templating engine for the CYOAG project . Things happened since then that caused me to change directions towards ReactJS . I'll take a moment here to say that I've had no contact with or spon...
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Circular Dependency in Relational Databases
This post is going to have an element of storytelling to it, because while some elementary understanding of SQL will be required, the Cliff's Notes really tell it all: You can't have circular dependencies in relational databases. That was easy... what else ...
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Circular Dependency in Relational Databases
This post is going to have an element of storytelling to it, because while some elementary understanding of SQL will be required, the Cliff's Notes really tell it all: You can't have circular dependencies in relational databases. That was easy... what else ...
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Alexa Skill Hackathon Takeaways
This past weekend we had a hackathon at work, focused on developing Skills for the (relatively) new Amazon Echo . The purpose of the hackathon was to expose us to a technology we hadn't used before and explore what use cases might exist that we could lever...
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Precompiled Handlebars - A Ridiculously Clear Tutorial
This is a step-by-step tutorial on getting introductory, hello-world level, precompiled Handlebars up and running. Just so you know , if you're already fluent in NPM or otherwise want to skip ahead, you can jump to the good stuff It's my first time writing ...
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Precompiled Handlebars - A Ridiculously Clear Tutorial
This is a step-by-step tutorial on getting introductory, hello-world level, precompiled Handlebars up and running. Just so you know , if you're already fluent in NPM or otherwise want to skip ahead, you can jump to the good stuff It's my first time writing ...
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My First "Real" Side Project
Greetings, old friend, and well met, new acquaintance! You have stumbled across my dev blog at a fortuitous moment in my career. You can think of this as a reboot in many ways. And I promise, if you read (or skip to the bottom of) this characteristically ...
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