JSON is good at a lot of things, which led me to think it's great for configuration files. But it's not. YAML is the way to go.
Hi. I'm Bryan Burgers. But you already figured that out.
I make websites.
I also write about the web.
From time to time, I even write children's books.
Let's talk. I hang out as @bryanburgers on Twitter. And as Bryan Burgers on Google+. GitHub too. Oh, and email, we can't forget email, since I bought this domain for the cool email address: email@example.com.
Facebook's using it. Twitter too. Slack. And, now iOS 10. The metadata on your website is getting more important.
I've been impressed with Vagrant and with Ansible, but my provisions always took an extra step on Ubuntu 16.04. How to get Vagrant to install Python before provisioning the box.
Using RabbitMQ to separate application logic from transactional email logic.