3 Years of Brewing In Review + First Public Beer Reviews
The 3 Years of brewing since moving to New England amongst a global pandemic. One finds friends and fellow beer enthusiasts and a podcast hosts that would drink and critique my substances unabashedly. Read on for more about the journey and experience.
State of Picobrew Recipe Crafting
The State of Our Recipes is at an all time high. Never before has a Picobrewer had the ability to find 4 or more sources online to craft and share a Picobrew recipe with the broader community of Picobrewers. Read more about what the community has been up to over the past 2.5+ years.
Unleash Your Picobrew BrewHouse Data
If you weren't aware already Picobrew has been in receivership and just finished under "new" owners (well really an investor group of which the founders of Picobrew are members of?!?). What’s Going On At PicoBrew?The company behind the innovative home brewing system is headed towards the end.ForbesKate
Continuous Integration of Postman Variable
Postman Team Sync Postman Sync is here [http://blog.getpostman.com/2015/06/02/getting-started-with-postman-team-sync/] and is a pretty powerful tool to use with a distributed team and even more recently announced was the public offering of this branded Postman Cloud Basic [https://www.getpostman.com/plans/cloud-basic]. All your
Marshmallow AOSP on Nexus 7 (2012)
Unfortunately this year Google has retired their official efforts for the NExus 7 (2012) which is starting to show its age with the outdated and aging Tegra 3 Quad-core processor from NVIDIA. Though thankfully this is where the power of Android comes in. Thanks to the openness of the platform
Writing Parity API Tests in Postman
Parity Testing Tests that compare legacy vs non-legacy API contracts (if systems are completely parity systems). Test #1: Test Legacy Path // store the responseBody for future comparisons var oldResponse = postman.setEnvironmentVariable("unique-to-this-test", responseBody); Test #2: Test Non-Legacy Path // compare old response with current response // depending on what you are doing
Did I Marry the Wrong Person? - Marriage Retrospect (Month 4)
Ok so I have been married to Megan Mack (Hughes) for the past 4 months. Since I am a newlywed life has been perfect... right? Of course it has! Megan and I have gone through a lot since we got married. We went on a wonderful honeymoon cruise for 13
Halo: Reach Beta - First Impressions
The Halo: Reach Beta just became within our reach yesterday early afternoon (EST) or late morning (PST). I was unable to get my hands on it until later last night. The multi-player beta currently provides a mix of solo and team-based matches, sorted into 2 different playlists Grab Bag (4v4)
iCub - RobotCub Consortium
Overview and Purpose The iCub robot is a small-size humanoid robot 5 years in the making, being designed by the RobotCub Consortium in Europe in collaboration with a number of European Universities and other partners worldwide. The robot's design was modeled off of a 3.5 year old human child,
Motorola Droid and Android Review
The Motorola Droid handset is the first Android 2.0 device to become commercially available exclusively on Verizon's 3G Network. The Droid is a high-powered Android phone, maybe the best Android experience to date. It comes with a very large high-resolution screen, a compact design, high-resolution camera, a physical QWERTY
Google Chrome OS ... What is it?
> "Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at netbooks" and "most of the user experience takes place on the web." That is, it's "Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel" with the web as the
Google Wave Simplified
UPDATE: Google Wave as a product by Google was killed on April 30, 2012. If you were a little overwhelmed by the 80 minute - Google Wave Demo [http://www.googlewaveinfo.com/200905/full-keynote-presentation-now-available/] or if you watched the whole demo and still don't really know what Google Wave [http:
New "Knowledge Computation Engine" WolframAlpha.com
Wolfram Research [http://www.woldram.com/], the same people that brought us Mathematica. A knowledge computation engine, instead of showing a list of websites and documents that might contain information on the search query this search engine will attempt to "understand" the query using natural language algorithms. After the engine
You're New iPhone Has The Ability to ... KILL YOU!
Classes have started, Intramural is beginning, and the cold weather is on its way to Rochester. This all means that the RIT campus has all of its students back, everyone and their new iPhone. As most of you know I have never liked any generation of iPod or most of