On Boards and Cards

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve doubtless noticed the current trend in project management tools involving “boards full of cards.”  Trello is probably the most well known (and cheapest, being free, which might have something to do with its popularity) of this archetype.  Other, more elaborate (and expensive) enterprise tools have implemented “agile”Continue reading “On Boards and Cards”

Implementing Search-as-you-type with Mithril.js

I’ve been working on a new project, the front-end of which I’m coding up in ES6 with Mithril.js (using 1.0.x now after spending the better part of a day migrating from 0.2.x).  I wanted to implement “search as you type” functionality, since I’m using Elasticsearch on the back-end for its full-text search capability. Took meContinue reading “Implementing Search-as-you-type with Mithril.js”

Testing Stripe transactions with Scala

I’m nearing completion on my latest project, Training Sleuth, and I’ve once again decided to use Stripe as my payment processor.  I used Stripe on my previous project, Rhino SchoolTracker, and have absolutely nothing negative to say about it :). While with Rhino SchoolTracker I tested my stripe payments manually, I decided I wanted toContinue reading “Testing Stripe transactions with Scala”