ReactTS Dialog Pattern

These days, I find myself writing a lot of TypeScript, mainly React applications. For whatever reason, it’s just not feasible to write full featured single-page web applications in C++. Because of that, and the experience I gained in grade-school building webpages, I end up writing a lot of ReactTS. I’d never consider myself an expert,Continue reading “ReactTS Dialog Pattern”

What I’ve learned from 2 years of Productivity Research and Application Development

Over the course of the last two years I’ve embarked on a journey developing a productivity (read to-do list) application. When I started out I dreamt of a productivity app that worked for me. Because I, like many others I can only assume, hadn’t gotten much value out of the many applications I had triedContinue reading “What I’ve learned from 2 years of Productivity Research and Application Development”

GoF – Abstract Factory Pattern

What a wild summer it has been. With everything going on in the world, it’s important to take a moment to reflect on what’s going well, right now. With non-essential travel on pause, I haven’t needed to travel for work. Which means I’ve had more time to enjoy the summer with family, and more timeContinue reading “GoF – Abstract Factory Pattern”

Leak Free, by Design

C++ is a brilliant language, one that has had my heart for many years. Though with the rise in web applications, more developers are finding themselves working in full stack web applications. Which almost never utilize C++. This can be seen in the 2020 StackOverflow developer survey, where 69.7% of professional developers are utilizing JavaScriptContinue reading “Leak Free, by Design”