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Reflecting on my Lower Division Undergraduate Computer Science Studies

In the spring of 2014 I decided to leave my life as a touring musician and food service worker behind to embark on a journey towards greener pastures and decided to enroll in college to get a Computer Science (CS) degree. Studying CS was something I wanted to do while in high school. However, life took me in different directions. As I’ve mentioned in previous blogs I spent my 20’s touring the world with bands and making ends meet by standing in various kitchens which often resembled Mordor.

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Is Microsoft Edge Really The Big Contender Among Browsers?

One of the release highlights of Windows 10 was Microsoft’s new web browser ‘Edge’. Earlier in 2015 Microsoft began announcing the new browser under the code name ‘Project Spartan’, an event which many tech journalists wrote about with enthusiasm. The narrative was, Microsoft would be back in the browser game, and bury Internet Explorer once and for all. During this years Microsoft Build Developer Conference some interesting information was revealed regarding the new bro Continue reading

Don’t Abuse Adobe Muse

I purchased my one year Adobe CC student subscription in the fall of 2014. As I was scrolling through vast list of programs I had leased, I noticed a new member of the Adobe family. After about 4 minutes of research I learned which group of users it targeted. Adobe Muse is a WYSIWYG web design tool intended for graphic designers to create websites without having to know how to write HTML/CSS, or even basic JavaScript. After discovering what Muse offered to the world of web design, I couldn’t help but think back to the days of the Yahoo GeoCities page builder.

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