Why my site doesn’t have any navigation

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
design
user experience

Because I fucking said so, that’s why. loljk. It’s funny because this hasn’t really come up in the four or five months or so since I updated (reads: half-assed) a new layout for my site. I pined heavily over a new header. I paid somebody on Fiverr to make me […]

Honeymoon in Austin

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
moving
austin
retrospection

Home is where the heart is and as of last Wednesday that is Austin, Texas. This isn’t our first time in the area, but after settling into our new digs, I can definitely say that we’re in love with the area. That being said, I’m fully aware that right now […]

Goodbye Forever

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
moving
austin
retrospection

Today marks the end of my 35 year stint in Florida. Most of the time was spent in Tampa, which I consider to be a complete cesspool of vacationing degenerates. I could focus on that, but there’s no reason to. I want to leave remembering the good things. In Tampa, […]

Using S3 to host images on a budget

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
s3
scenekids

I love Amazon Web Services (AWS) but am always apprehensive about the pricing. To be fair, I probably over analyze my needs and I end up not pulling the trigger on using them. One thing I do rely on is Simple Storage Service (S3) for storing image uploads from my […]

Make open source contributions a priority

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
development
open-source software
free software

I get it, you got a metric shit ton of stuff going on at work and open source contributions aren’t necessarily one of them. Bet there’s a good chance you have at least one side project though. Also bet there’s a good chance that you don’t make open source contributions […]