At the time of me writing this post the world is battling the coronavirus pandemic. In the United States many educators are learning to adapt to deliver their material in an online format.
As a professional video producer in a department at Utah Valley University that deals with developing online and hybrid classes I felt it might be useful to provide some advice to teachers and professors who are now having to create digital content for some sort of online model.
I have spent the past several years working on WordPress and small webpage projects that have required me to flex my design,HTML and CSS skills. Two years ago I decided that I would start attending local tech meetups. Attending them helped open my eyes and I’m here to share why you should find your local community […]
Today I decided that I needed to change a few things in this journey of becoming a fullstack developer. One that was primarly made due to money and well passions. My first love is my wife and family followed by making videos and technology. My day job is to make videos for online and hybrid […]
I’ve been silent for a bit that’s mostly because I’ve been busy doing work that pays the bills, but today I’d to share some of my thoughts on the whole idea of programming languages. Hopefully by the end of this you’ll have some principles to live by when choosing your first language. When talking about […]
I share my gear list for documentary work I do.