Month: September 2018

The Little Boulder Stepping Stones

I hope to keep this blog short and sweet. Especially since I just got home from working all day.

This evening I was blessed enough to be able to work for a Christian worship event. For those who don’t know a couple of key details about me; First and foremost, I am a firm believer in Jesus as my Lord and Savior. Second, less important but relevant, I work for an event services company as a security guard.


Mission Tijuana 2018

Greetings all,

I was made aware that this is quite a lengthy post. Imagine that, I am long-winded so suddenly I have a long story to share! However, it was suggested to perhaps create some sub-headings. I took that idea and made it a step further even. Here at the top you can now find a linked table of contents to each of those sub-headings. Hopefully, this addition will make the story a little easier to read. (more…)

Woes of Web Development

I often feel like explaining myself for things, when I really don’t need to. This is one of those moments. Nonetheless, for the sake of worthy and relevant content – I’m going to.

Timing is everything. You can especially use that saying in most technical situations. Whether it’s stage lighting in a venue, connecting a breaker in a new electrical board, or deploying assets online- you have to have your timing right or it could just be ugly. Tonight I have been working on migrating a website from an older server to a new system that’s more suitable for development. Before today, nearly all the rest of the domains have been managed accordingly. The lone website was the last holdout as it required a bit more finesse in the configuration and the client, albeit a good friend, is a bigger name that we wanted zero hiccups with. (more…)