Ever since my wife got her electric BMW i3 a couple of years ago, I’ve been jealous of the performance. Electric cars have amazing torque, and this particular model is incredibly fun to drive.Continue reading Should Our Family Own Only Electric Cars?
McMullen Creek Flood
by The bridge over the creek in our neighborhood flooded today, as Hurricane Florence came through town on Sunday, September 16, 2018. Continue reading McMullen Creek Flood
by Testing your code is one of the most important things that you can do to make yourself a better coder. That’s not just because testing can prevent you from breaking previously-working code when you make changes (also known as regressions), but more importantly, it forces you to write better code in the first place.
We have known about the benefits of testing to prevent regression for a long time. That testing encourages better code in the first place is a viewpoint that is honored more in theory than practice.
Wrangle Wandering Whitespace with Git (?!?)
by While I was watching a course on Pluralsight, Advanced Git Tips and Tricks, I came across a feature that I had never heard of before, but well worth knowing. Did you know you can wrangle wandering whitespace with Git? Continue reading Wrangle Wandering Whitespace with Git (?!?)
Fountains on the Greenway
by Here are some pictures of fountains on the greenway along Little Sugar Creek in Charlotte, NC.
I came across these old pictures of fountains around Charlotte while my family was reorganizing our photos. They were taken a few years ago, when my son was not taller than I am, and my daughter still looked like a little girl.
My wife, on the other hand, is still as beautiful as ever.