Old School Posts

Early on in my webdev professional journey I was full of what you might call spit and vinegar 😅 (I still have lots of energy, but I just wouldn't call it spit and vinegar anymore). I was soaking up everything I could about the web at my day jobs and as I'd hack on things on my own time. I wrote a bunch of short articles, most of which are pretty dated by today's standards, and of questionable value to anyone beyond myself. It's a bit of a view into the progression of what I learned between 2007 and 2015. Discovering the need for managing sessions in a database, early front-end development with Firebug and Google Chrome being released. There's a handful of now-defunct sites and projects I started, and diving into node.js as it was burgeoning. It's a bit of a stroll down memory lane, and a small window into what my early days of web development were like.