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Practical Best Practices in Software Developement

Practical Best Practices in Software Developement

This is a boring article about some of the basic best-practices and principals for writing software.  I have broken this down into concepts and the subsequent best practices and principals in software development.  This article is focusing on best practices for programming languages like Java, PHP, JavaScript and am using industry standard frameworks like Laravel (PHP), Spring MVC (Java), and Angular.js/jQuery (JavaScript).  This guide is not comprehensive, but hopefully over time it will be.

I know that there are a bunch of guides and practical programming guides on this, but since I am a programmer, everyone else’s isn’t as good as mine, so I decided I needed to write my own. Yup

Detroit’s Depravity

Detroit’s Depravity

Detroit’s depravity is becoming increasingly dangerous, although we don’t hear about this in the media much, this is a great first-hand article by a good friend. It’s worth the read.


God is Good!

God is Good!

Dear Friends and Family, 

Nick and I are so humbled by all of your support and congratulations in our engagement! I, personally, did not expect such a hoopla, but I am ever-grateful for it. Kudos to all of you that have gone through this engagement and wedding process – ‘cause it’s definitely a whirlwind! All those people grabbing your hand to “oooo” and “ahhhh” at your ring, all the congratulations and elbow-nudges, and just the stress that comes with planning a wedding – I don’t know if I’m gonna make it, but so many of you have, and that’s an encouragement! 

Now, we knew that this engagement would bring many questions and concerns from the people who love and care about us. I hope to be able to answer these today in this blog. We aren’t walking into this blindly, and we want you all to know that we respect your opinions. If after you read this, you still have questions, feel free to ask us. We aren’t trying to be exclusive. We want to hear you out and at least try to alleviate your concerns, which I hope will be accomplished as you read further. 

Last year, in September, I believe Nick and I were driving in his car, enjoying each other’s company, when, completely out-of-the-blue, Nick says:

”It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something.”

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Peter & The Good News

What a great perspective on this story that we so often see as down, but like everything in the Bible, and in life today, is completely redeemed by Jesus.  Peter sins and fails, Jesus redeems and never fails – we sin and fail Him daily, yet he never ceases to redeem and never ever fails us.

This sermon comes out of a ver long sermon series out of the book of Luke, in fact it is a two-year sermon series at Mars Hill church up in Seattle, Washington.

It’s totally worth your time to take and watch.  You can download the full/higher quality version here: