Blog Archives: Tampa Bay Tech

Innovation White Paper: Empowering the Next Digital Generation In recent work with our client, Florida Polytechnic University, a leader in STEM education, I was asked to share my perspective on the future of technology and innovation. We developed Future Proof, a digital and innovation white paper and I’m excited to… Read More
My Battles with Crohn’s & How I Won the War The Gist Crohn’s sucks, and I’ve spent half my life battling the disease. It would take most of a year to treat a flare-up that usually ended in surgery. I would be able to get back on my feet just… Read More
Atom Font Rendering Fix and Theme Suggestion Atom’s Default Font Rendering Sucks… But You Can Fix It If you are new to Atom and have noticed the font rendering as fuzzy or hard to read, you’re not alone. When I switched from Sublime Text 3 to Atom for my Ruby… Read More
What Does Google’s Addition of Mobile-Friendliness as a Factor in Search Rankings Mean to Your Business? Mobile usability will now affect your website’s Google mobile ranking. Ensuring that your website is mobile-friendly is now an imperative. You may have just wiped the sweat off your brow after tax season, but… Read More
“I’m telling you, it was the kitten.” How Product Hunt (and @GlassholeKitty) made my book launch a success. I don’t want to brag, or anything, but… I think I’m Product Hunt’s biggest fan. (Except for, maybe, @EricTWillis) But a big fan nonetheless. Read More
The Iron Yard from a student’s view So I am now ending my third week at the The Iron Yard in St. Petersburg, FL and decided I should take a full look back at this point. I will probably do this again in another three weeks and continue until the… Read More