Building an Spress Svbtle Theme – Responsive Static Blogs!

Bruno goes through the process of building a custom Svbtle-clone theme for Spress, the static site generator inspired by Sculpin.

Source: Building an Spress Svbtle Theme – Responsive Static Blogs!



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Trip to Guadalajara July 2012, a set on Flickr.

Just sharing some pictures on a trip I took to Guadalajara And Tequila in Jalisco, Mexico July 2012. Most of the time was a lot of long hours working however meal times were pretty awesome. From breakfast at the RIU hotel to the many places we had lunch and dinner, all the meals were great. Also, the day before we left we managed to slip out for a tour of the Tequila distiller for José Cuervo which was pretty cool. Enjoy the pictures.

Creative tip jar

I’m a sucker for a creative tip jar. This one was found at Landini’s Pizzeria Little Italy in downtown San Diego. Made me laugh.


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Great presentation on Nginx: Cranking Nginx to 11 – DPC 2012

New job uses Nginx a lot so been reading up on this topic and came across this presentation on Nginx which I thought was worthy or reposting.

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Sony <<EOF

Today I bid adieu to my employment at Sony. I was fortunate in the sense that the decision to move on with my career was my own. My latest tenure here a Sony lasted over 7 years making it the longest I’ve ever spent with 1 employer. This being the second time I had been employed by Sony, previous time being as a contractor for 2 years early 2001.

I hope to get around to posting some of my experiences at Sony as one of their IT geeks. I especially would like to take sometime and do a few posts on my views of cyber activist and around the events of the attacks on Sony about a year ago, it was a very interesting time.

For now I just want to thank the people who help me grow, who worked the solutions with me, and who hacked away with me until things worked. You know you can always reach out to me, personally or professionally.

As for me, I am moving on to another organization here in San Diego. It’s a company that creates solutions in the educational arena so I am hoping I am a little more comfortable posting on some of the cool things I am working on without worrying about leaking information that isn’t suppose to be public yet.

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