Brodan's tattoo collection from 2014-present.
I've won ten prizes on Toreba to date, and I have the receipts to prove it.
I've been playing Ultimate competitively since 2012. After four years of playing in college (shoutout to TCNJ Revolution), I'm now on my second year of Club and currently playing for Unlimited Swipes, a
Today I published a new blog post on my Truveris's engineering blog on how to configure a .pypirc file to simplify Python packaging. You can read the post here: Configuring a .pypirc File
In a previous iteration of this post (which you can read here) I presented 9 kickass blackwork tattoo artists, all of whom should be capable of meeting anyone's blackwork tattooing needs. In this
Travis CI allows users to configure webhook notifications which can be sent during certain build events. I recently played with this feature in order to send SMS messages via Twilio whenever a project
I had an interview today (spoiler: I didn't get an offer), and one of the rounds of my interview involved refactoring some poorly written Python code. In this code was a function that
I recently wrote two short tutorials for this awesome project called hack.guides() which is run by pluralsight. These posts are intended to cover identical material in two different langauges (ruby and python)
I'll be perfectly honest, I hate 95% of streetwear brands. If you're unfamiliar with the term 'streetwear', think HUF, Supreme, Crooks & Castles, Obey; basically everything you would find inside a Zumiez store.
The OSX version of the ln command behaves differently than the GNU version. As a result, I could not figure out a way to correctly symlink an entire directory (and its contents) on
Sometimes when the weather sucks and you're feeling down, you want to find something new to cheer you up. The focus of this post is to highlight a number of local bands that
It's absolutely crazy to believe that I'm already halfway through my hackNY Fellowship summer. I can finally say that I've gotten to know all of this year's fellows and it's such an honor
There's many times when collaborating on Git that you may need to combine, or "squash" multiple commits into a single commit. For example, the repository I'm currently working on at my
In honor of my recent offer for an internship position at the Internet's viral vestibule BuzzFeed, I've decided to write a post in the style of a BuzzFeed list. This post is going
Today's weather calls for another installation of "Music For a Hranj Day". However, in this chapter I'm not going to provide the usual recommended listening for a day of crappy weather.
Chicago Boss is an awesome web framework built on top of the functional programming language Erlang. While working on a web application with CB that used the Twilio API, I needed a way
In this iteration of 'Music For a Hranj Day' instead of observing a single album we are going to take a look at my favorite examples of the delay effect in different songs.
This past weekend I had the privilege of organizing my first hackathon with the help of Major League Hacking. Well, it wasn't a full-blown hackathon, but a sort of mini-hackathon called Local Hack
In this new series of posts I'm going to share and discuss albums that I find particularly enjoyable to listen to on rainy days. I'm going to try to focus on lesser known
If you're an idiot like me you might find yourself using Twilio one day and accidentally making way more phone calls than you intended to. I'm not ashamed to admit that this has
There is nothing more discouraging than hearing “We’re sorry. An application error has occurred.” over and over again while debugging a Twilio application. I experienced this recently while rehearsing the five-minute Twilio
They say “don’t knock it ‘til you try it.” MongoDB is no exception to this rule. So I decided to try it, and I’d like to briefly share my first impression.