This was the first major project at Viget for which I served as technical lead from start to finish. I’m very proud of the way it turned out, particularly the custom content management system we built and the photo management tools. I wrote a few posts on our company tech blog if you’d like to read more:
- 8 Jul
I’ve been working for PUMA (the shoe company) at Viget for about the last year and a half, developing a content management system (CMS) to drive several of their category marketing sites (including … Read more »
- 7 Feb
I’ve been working on a small site for posting shorter-form writing and music recordings which I’ve called Davidmade. I was using Tumblr for a bit, but I’ve wanted to build a static site … Read more »
- 23 Oct
Last weekend, I participated in the Rails Rumble for the third year in a row with fellow Vigeteers Matt Henry, Chris Jones, and Clinton Nixon. Our app, GitWrite, is billed as “blogging for nerds … Read more »
Quick Links (via Pinboard)
- 15 Sep
The SparkFun Inventor’s Kit (SIK) is a great way to get started with programming and hardware interaction with the Arduino programming language. The SIK includes everything you need to complete 15 circuits that will teach you how to read sensors, display information on an LCD, drive motors, and more. You don’t need any previous programming or electronics experience to use this kit.
- 8 Sep
We sell amazing outdoor gear and give back to humanity. We want to disrupt the outdoor industry and inspire companies to do more for the world.
- 3 Sep
Bon Vivant: [French] literally, "one who lives well". Born into this world in Brisbane, Australia, BNVVT was ultimately forged of adventure...a calling...a siren song leading it away from the path most travelled. Eventually, BNVVT met and fell for the Good Life.
- 29 Aug
Ready to a build this habit? Join and check in any day you meet your goal. Write 500 Words Every Day (#500WED). This is a community challenge to fall in love with writing again. Can you write 500 Words Every Day for a month?
- 28 Aug
Here is a great submission from Gabriel Hall. I really like his patch layouts, the multiple use of iComms across the top webbing of the Fast Pack Litespeed. What particularly stands out is his two clever modifications. Firstly the folding up the Transporter Tail (shown best in the 2nd image) and also his top compression strap clip storage solution (3rd image).