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Dathan Pattishall
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Hacker, Husband, Father, Good Looking Nerd
Hacker, Husband, Father, Good Looking Nerd

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Hackathon process per week Sprints Idea
I like hackathons. Hackathons provide the freedom to build outside the process. The forced speed to deliver something to demo and the fun self-deprecation of "ooh this is really ugly/bad TODO don't do this." in the source/commit logs which tells a great sto...
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Spotify Top 200 in mySQL
I do a lot of data analysis lately, and I try to find answers to questions through data for my companies pressing questions. Let's look at the past year of 2017 and answer questions for people who like music. artist is the artist name track is the artist's ...
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Deploying Go Applications in Docker Containers using a Scratch Docker File
Programming in golang is fantastic. I find it fun, expressive and simple to build concurrentĀ programs. Deploying a golang app from laptop to production is as hard now as when it was back when I was building Monolithic services. A great way to deploy nowaday...
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Designing a RDBMS SQL Table
Building tables initially should not really require a lot of thought. What? I'm suggesting that when designing a table think of the Table as a spreadsheet. Yes. For instance, let's create a table that combines all social scores of a users' media in a single...
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Back to Sharing stuff I learned
I have not been regular in blog posts as I've just been focused on everything. I got lazy. Well, that is over. At Shots Studios, a teen social network consisting of nearly 2M lines of code is no more. Shots is now a one-stop shop for select Creators. We are...
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Golang (Go) and BoltDB
I've been using Go for some time now (3 years) and I am constantly impressed with the language's ease of use. I originally started my career in C-Unix System Programming, then Java, then PHP and now I am rather language agnostic. Out of all the languages I ...
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