First Release of Terml.io

Today, Terml.io was released, which was a huge milestone for me in my development career. Never before have I programmed something so large scale where I had to keep track of what I was developing, when I was going to push it, and finally when I release it to the public. I’m especially excited for this release because I believe that this service will help thousands of students everywhere with their education, helping them create quality definitions.

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First Release of Terml.io

My take on drones

Every day I hear another story on the news of a drone launch gone bad, or a drone being used for amazing purposes, so I thought I would give some insight on how I feel about the growing technology and its potential uses.

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My take on drones

Mozilla 2015 Goals Becoming Reality

During the work week in Portland and in various meetings before the New Year’s, the QA team came up with some goals in mind that we wanted to achieve throughout 2015. I want to touch on one of those goals in this post – engagement of new community members.

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Mozilla 2015 Goals Becoming Reality