Crafting your own tools

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been obsessed with tracking and managing what I’m working on. In the beginning when Trello first came out, everything was broken down into cards and a little bit of chaos ensued. Probably like most people who subscribe to some sort of get things done-esk framework, I started trying to impose a perfect way to mange everything. Labels, specialized columns. All the things were tracked and religiously updated. Read more...

GraphQL Voyager for Rails

It’s been almost a year now working and building with GraphQL backed APIs. One of the best things about GraphQL has always been their dev tooling. Firing up GraphiQL, and crafting a query on the fly has been amazing. But, one of the struggles I’ve found when building a relatively new and larger API is juggling all the different API requests one can make. GraphiQL is great for sketching out a quick query, but starts to fall apart when you’re needing to fire that same query you were working on a week or two ago. Read more...

Hello world... Again

Hello World… Surprising a hard thing to get done first. More to come soon!