SceneKids.com - 8 months later

By Josh Sherman
8 min read
scenekids
development
retrospection

This post was supposed to happen 3 months after launch, pushed back to 6 months after launch, wait maybe at 10,000 users, better still at 15,000 users but well, shit happens. Here we are just over 8 months since the initial go live and now at over 17,000 users. A […]

Fuck this, I’m going to Tumblr

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
development
wordpress
tumblr

After many years of maintaining my personal blog as a way to help aid in my own learning and to feel like a bad ass because of that proud feeling of building something with your hands (well fingers) I have migrated to Tumblr for the indefinite future. You may remember […]

Doing Less, Better

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
inspiration
minimalism
retrospection

I planned to write this post 7 hours from now, but as I sit up at 3:49am on the verge of my first vacation in 2 years and on the heels of a beta launch of the new scenekids.com, I figure there’s no better time to type. This particular blog […]

Version Control: It doesn’t matter what system you use

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
development
version control system
git
subversion

CVS vs SVN, SVN vs Git, Git vs Mercurial… who fucking cares. I’ve been through my share of version control systems (CVS, Visual Source Safe, SVN, Serena PVCS and Dimensions and as of late, git) and the one thing that stands out to me is that it doesn’t matter which […]