Git Tip: Remove All Local Branches Except Master

Just a quick git tip I found that has been really useful in my git-management workflow.

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The Brandon Martinez Award for Innovation

I was contacted a couple weeks ago by the Ferris State Torch advisor, Steven Fox, with the news that they'd be naming one of the Ferris State Torch awards after me. They had a student, Keith, that was deserving of an award but they didn't quite have something that fit his contributions in helping to innovate at the Torch.

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Breaking Free in Worship

For the past year, I have been assisting the Worship Team at my church with logistics, scheduling, and team management. In essence, I'm an interim-band director as we are currently without a dedicated Worship Leader or Worship

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Rollback SMB Security in macOS High Sierra

Just a quick tip if you're running into issues with SMB shares in macOS High Sierra. I was running into issues with my HP All-in-One Printer/Scanner and saving files to a network share on macOS. Apparently HP does not have SMB

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Gulp, Grunt, Webpack: What's a Dev to Choose? [Screencast]

This past summer I had the pleasure of presenting at THAT Conference 2017 with my talk titled

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The Average Enthusiasts

I've been pretty quiet on the blog lately. It's not that I haven't been doing anything blog-worthy, but I've been creating content in other places! With that in mind, I'd like to announce a new podcast: The Average Enthusiasts.

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Gulp, Grunt, Webpack: What's a Dev to Choose?

Thanks to anyone that came out to watch my presentation at THAT Conference. If you're looking for slides, source, or other materials, you can find all of

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A Week in Seattle

Last month I had the opportunity to head out to Seattle, WA for the Microsoft Build 2017 Conference. It was an amazing experience to get out to the West Coast and experience another side of the US, in addition to the amazing conference.

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Doxie Go Power Requirements

Recently my Doxie Go's battery has been… acting up; essentially, it won't charge over USB anymore. I've had the scanner now for a few years, so it's not terribly surprising that the internal battery may be starting to act up; however, I've been really pleased with the Doxie Go and didn't want to replace it as my primary scanner.

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Microsoft Build 2017 - Day 3 Recap

Day three of Microsoft Build 2017 did not have a keynote, but that doesn't mean it ends without content to fill the day. Today will be focused on sessions, The Hub, and catching some of the Channel 9 Live production happening right here at the conference. Here's a recap of the day.

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