Opinion

This weekend I got a really cool opportunity to go to Galaxy's Edge in Disneyland to preview the new Star Wars rideĀ Rise of the Resistance. As a self-proclaimed theme park aficionado and also huge Star Wars fan I can say with some assurance that my experience on Rise of the Resistance is the best I have ever had on any amusement park ride. I am not sure if I would even call it a "ride" in the traditional sense, since for some portions of the attraction you are being directed from location to location by either Resistance cast members or First...

I had the privilege of working with Microsoft as a Software Engineer Intern @ Redmond, WA this last summer and during my time there I treasured my access to all of the CHEAP wonderful food on campus. There were cafes in between almost every group of buildings that Microsoft owns in Redmond (they own basically half of the city) and each one had different and delicious selections of food. I'll show you some of what I ate and rate it's taste out of 5 (1 being shit & 5 being delicious). Forewarning: I eat a lot...

The 70's was a pivotal time when it was untenable for the U.S. government to keep its' iron grip on the computing power necessary to make & break a resilient cipher. What followed was the first public encryption standard DESĀ (Data Encryption Standard) published by computing monolith IBM; giving the masses a way to have their information secret from prying eyes...

First off, today marks my 5th year of full-time professional software development. In this time I have been employed both as a freelancer and corporate cog. The subject of my projects span: Web Apps, Android, Databases, and Industrial Equipment interface (TCP/IP & JMS). The sole intended purpose of this site is to act as an external mind dump as I battle through the modern software development landscape. Behold, I present: saltyhash.org The view count on this website is currently 0. In fact, even as I write this I don't even own the domain name I seek to obtain. The name was chosen...