What I learned from fnstraj - Backend Edition

After spending as long as I have with fnstraj, I wanted to share what I’ve learned throughout this crazy experience. Beware - This is a technical post! Perseverance and Rewrites: fnstraj is currently in it’s third rewrite! I started out...

Ugh. Vine. (And why, of course)

I know that people get excited when they see a new social network that looks promising. I really can’t say I do. I remember when Google Plus first came to fruition and everybody began on their “Facebook Killer” tangent and...

A Tractor in the Woods

fnstraj.org Roadmap

I’ve been really working hard on fnstraj the past few weeks since launch and am hammering out a roadmap for features going forward. So far, nobody really has seen fnstraj or really understands what it is, what it does, or...

Christmasqualizer

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Announcing fnstraj.org

FINALLY. I am proud to announce that fnstraj.org is online! After a year and a half of abstract tweets, strange Stack Overflow questions, dealing with NOAA GrADS, and half-sleepingly typing on my screen, hoping something would happen, I am so...

fnstraj

The Story About a year and a half ago, I was laying in a bed somewhere in the middle of nowhere in Florida. I was thinking about my rather ambitious space-balloon projects and somewhere in the middle of that, the...

fnstraj Trajectory Predictor

fnstraj is a very special project to me. I used to have a very big passion for near-space ballooning projects. I don’t really have the money to literally send it off into the sky, but the software aspect always left...

Email Templates

In my time at Blue State Digital, I learned a great deal about building HTML emails. At first, they were hard projects to get into! Email isn’t quite up to date with the latest HTML standards and many people still...

Southern California

After a very strange night of sleep last week, I woke up, crawled out of a 30 year old Land Cruiser, and I saw the desert for the very first time. The dry soil, the sparse foliage, and some beautiful...