Redis is an in-memory, key-value store that is fast. Really fast. Redis can hold hundreds of millions of keys in memory and handle tens of thousands of requests per second without breaking a sweat. It's useful for caching data, maintaining sessions, keeping counters, queues, publish/subscribe real time notifications, and so on. There are many use cases for Redis due to it's simple dictionary model that maps keys to values, but...
30 Nov 2013
Getting cozy with Backbone.js Models, Collections, Views, and Routes.
30 Oct 2013
Avoid recalcuation by caching and locally storing function results.
30 Sep 2013
How to set up SSH private, public and authorized keys.
26 Sep 2013
Get Node.js and Nginx running on your Ubuntu server.
25 Sep 2013
Set up a video streaming server using the Raspberry Pi camera board.
31 Aug 2013
07 Jul 2013
07 Jun 2013
Facebook style slide out navigation using CSS3 Translate for the animation.
10 May 2013
Simple explanation of call and apply methods.
04 May 2013
A Sass mixin for creating triangles.
28 Apr 2013
New company, new identity. Moogs™, LLC.
25 Apr 2013
19 Apr 2013
A simple script to make videos responsive.
07 Apr 2013
How to implement iPhone and iPad web app startup images.
06 Apr 2013
Sass media queries to set breakpoints.
05 Apr 2013
Been busy these past few months, but it's back to business.
04 Apr 2013
An extensive and useful .gitignore.
25 Mar 2013
The screaming goat folks.
22 Jul 2012
Spice up the way your photos look with CSS3 filters.
20 Feb 2012
A simple url shortening service with stats.
22 Jan 2012
Learn how to survive and kill the walking dead during an outbreak with this helpful guide.
14 Oct 2011
Tutorial on how to create an ant task to compress html files.
11 Oct 2011
Tutorial on how to display your latest Delicious bookmarks using jQuery.
09 Aug 2011
A useful HTML5 reset stylesheet.
24 May 2011
Tutorial on how to make an simple yet awesome animated tooltip using jQuery.
30 Mar 2011
Hello World. This is my first blog post using jekyll, a static site generator.