Shynnergy

Where dreams grow up good.

projects

Meal Me In

Easiest way to create a community meal plan for a loved one, neighbor or stranger in their time of need.

Speech Peek

Dramatically improve your students’ speaking and listening abilities through online exercises and personalized feedback.

Fluidtables

Design your wedding seating chart online and share it with the people who need it the most.

silencr

Android sound manager - silent your phone quickly for work, automatically turn on wifi at home, and create a vibrate profile for other occasions..

about me

Web developer who likes to make simple to use applications and websites.

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recent writings


My Dear Angular - Where Have You Been All These Years?

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A couple months back, I threw together my first AngularJS page for SpeechPeek.com. According to git it took me 2 days – which is actually two nights at home. Inconceivable!

Docs were a plenty, answers available and the whole experience was…. pleasant.

Not to dog backbone, but when I put together a similar page in backbone, git says it took me about a month – there are a lot more commits to prove it.

Remove QA Git Tags

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We use a hybrid of semantic versioning at work, and tag releases with each deployment to QA.  After a production deployment, the QA tags are fairly useless, so I like to clean them up to keep the tags fairly clean.

Here’s a little script that will delete QA tags (which are denoted by a 4th decimal #):

Pruning Git Branches

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Git branches are cheap and fun… until you have so many you can’t remember which branches have been merged into develop.

Here’s a little script that will find and delete local & remote branches that have been merged into develop or master:

SAVEPOINT Exception With Rails 3.1 on Jenkins

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ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid:
SQLite3::SQLException: near “SAVEPOINT”: syntax error: SAVEPOINT active\_record\_1

Was getting the above error, and found that I needed to upgrade CentOS default version of sqlite.  Pretty simple right?