An Example of an ERB Component
07 August 2016
An example of building an "ERB component", that is, an ERB partial that has ansome flexibility around their HTML output articulated via an interface in the
A function for generating HTML attribute values
02 August 2016
How might I write a function that was as flexible as possible in its type signature, and yet still predictable and sane in its output of HTML attribute values?
Accessing Values from Nested Hashes
15 July 2016
How can you access values from a nested (i.e. multidimensional) hash without throwing errors when the shape of the hash is not strictly fixed?
04 April 2016
You step forward, press the button, and begin to wait.
Dingy carpet in a worn-down lobby, a space almost asking you to leave it.
Elevator crawls down the walls; is it fighting back?
Even so, button pressed, future sealed.
Ding. It arrives. Future...
Cleaning up Git repos
15 March 2016
Deleting old remote branches
If you have a repository that’s been around for long enough, you probably have a fair number of “stray branches”: deadends, false starts, orphans, etc. Let’s clean up all of the remote branches that haven’t been touched...
You, Made and Unmade
22 February 2016
A short meditation on time, becoming, and you.
21 February 2016
What is truth? I'm not sure, but I'm starting to think its
~(P & ¬P). This post introduces what those symbols mean and how they represent my growing idea of Conjunctive Binarism, which is my theory of what truth is.
On Lent and Marriage
11 February 2016
What does it mean to love unconditionally? How do we do so within a marriage? This Lent, I hope to find some answers to these questions. This is why.
A Depressed Graduate Student
18 June 2015
In my previous post on my time in graduate school, I discussed how I learned to handle failures better. Today, I’m going to talk about how I failed to handle the depression that these mounting failures produced.
Let’s start where some people find...
A Failed Graduate Student
17 June 2015
I’m no longer a graduate student. I’ve graduated; I’m out. It’s a somewhat odd feeling, made even odder because I haven’t felt like a graduate for the last year. I was in graduate school for 3 years and got my Masters, but for the final year I was...