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Retrospective – A look back to move forward
Retrospective – A look back to move forward
Blog – ckh|Consulting

As we are wrap up another year and move forward into another, I am reminded of one of the most overlooked processes in a development cycle.

The r...

Matter and Why It Matters
Matter and Why It Matters
Blog – ckh|Consulting

What is Matter?  Matter, formally known as Connected Home over IP, is an open source, IP based protocol that has been stirring up the smart home

“Stupid” answers matter
“Stupid” answers matter
Blog – ckh|Consulting

Working with a team that has recently added more people to its project caused me to evaluate how I answer questions. I have been helping with

A Working Definition of Tested Code
A Working Definition of Tested Code
Blog – ckh|Consulting

The Code Testing Paradox It is no secret that there’s a paradox in the dev industry: we want our code to be tested and we don’t

 Posted on: 12/29/2022 05:52:38 PM
3 GraphQL Things To Know When You Start
3 GraphQL Things To Know When You Start
Blog – ckh|Consulting

1. How To Design A Schema A schema is used to define a hierarchy of types and fields populated from back-end data stores. It specifies what

 Posted on: 12/27/2022 04:44:45 PM
I wrote this blog using AI
I wrote this blog using AI
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Apart from this paragraph, this entire post was written using AI generated content and images using tools found on https://www.futurepedia.io, This site...
DevOps for Server Health
DevOps for Server Health
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Here at CKH Consulting we host many websites that we have to keep our keen eye on our server resources and health. If you are the
Using Sticky Scroll in VS Code
Using Sticky Scroll in VS Code
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Visual Studio code recently added a very useful feature called “Sticky Scroll”. I have just started to try it out, and it has already proved
Custom Datadog Tags When Using a Built-in Integration
Custom Datadog Tags When Using a Built-in Integration
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Datadog tags are a great way to organize logs. It can be a little confusing to figure out how to add custom logs when using a
Chromium Developer Tools – Layers
Chromium Developer Tools – Layers
Blog – ckh|Consulting
As a Web Developer, have you ever wished there were a way to determine in which order different elements stack on top of each other? You
Importance of planning in development
Importance of planning in development
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Would you build a house without building plans? Bake without a recipe? When you are working on a development project the time invested to make your
Timeline view in VS Code
Timeline view in VS Code
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Today I want to talk about one of my favorite VS Code features that I think is often overlooked or undervalued, the Timeline view. The
Using Scan Consistency To Retrieve Consistent Data
Using Scan Consistency To Retrieve Consistent Data
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Recently we discovered an issue when entering data where the API would save the data and immediately refetch the data and would return stale data. We
Enjoying the Process
Enjoying the Process
Blog – ckh|Consulting
I recently started playing Satisfactory. A game all about automation, efficiency, and reiterative improvement. You land on an alien planet and must begin gathering resources to [...] The post Enjoying the Process appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
Siri Automations for Task Shortcuts
Siri Automations for Task Shortcuts
Blog – ckh|Consulting
What are Siri Shortcuts or Automations? Well, my bud Bailey explains it in this article. So go there and check that out first. And since he [...] The post Siri Automations for Task Shortcuts appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
Siri Shortcuts for Task Automations
Siri Shortcuts for Task Automations
Blog – ckh|Consulting
People tend to find themselves doing daily, repetitive tasks that they find annoying or just take some time to do. Finding the most appropriate way to [...] The post Siri Shortcuts for Task Automations appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
Practical Programmatic Testing Scopes 
Practical Programmatic Testing Scopes 
Blog – ckh|Consulting
The best way to improve stability and confidence in the programs we develop is to test what matters responsibly. This post analyzes what that means and ...
Choosing a WordPress Theme
Choosing a WordPress Theme
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Choosing a theme for your WordPress site can be a daunting task, but this article will help guide you through the process. As you choose a
Running Automated Tests with Jenkins
Running Automated Tests with Jenkins
Blog – ckh|Consulting
You will need a project set up in Jenkins with the tests that you want to run. For the project I worked on there was a [...
Chromium Developer Tools – Animations
Chromium Developer Tools – Animations
Blog – ckh|Consulting
As a web developer, you are probably familiar with Chromium’s Developer Tools. These tools allow you to perform essential tasks such as viewing an
Using PDFTK to Fill PDFs
Using PDFTK to Fill PDFs
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Recently I had a task to auto-fill a PDF for a client to prevent them from the tedious work of filling them in individually. The way
Turn over the big rock first
Turn over the big rock first
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Leave no stone unturned. We all love writing optimized code, it can bring us so much joy, but if we follow the idiom aforementioned, we can
Product Launch – To The Moon!!
Product Launch – To The Moon!!
Blog – ckh|Consulting
New product development is probably the most well-known and researched practice in the tech industry. However, it is also one of the most poorly execute...
On The Testing of Code
On The Testing of Code
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Every project benefits from code testing. This post gives a survey of common approaches to code testing and how they can be used in various types of pro...
Vue Tutorial: Some tips and tricks to help you become a Vue master
Vue Tutorial: Some tips and tricks to help you become a Vue master
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Watch/Immediate Imagine you have a news application and you have a component to display an article, and in this component, you want to fetch an article<...
Applying Other Skills to Code
Applying Other Skills to Code
Blog – ckh|Consulting
I've spent over 10 years making a living as a professional musician. Singing, playing organ, and playing piano have been a large part of my life.
Statistics: Telling the Story
Statistics: Telling the Story
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Statistical analysis is about deriving insight from information. Information can be plentiful without being insightful. Sometimes we use sta
Things to look out for when switching from Couchbase SDK 2 to 3
Things to look out for when switching from Couchbase SDK 2 to 3
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Recently I have been working on converting a rather large project from couchbase SDK 2 to couchbase SDK 3. I would like to share a major
Why I ask “dumb” questions
Why I ask “dumb” questions
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Part of my current work involves quality assurance(QA) for the code that our team writes. When I started performing QA work, I wanted to understand each...
Browser Tab-Nabbing Security
Browser Tab-Nabbing Security
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Recently many browsers increased security regarding web links. Often developers add the attribute target="blank" to open the link in a new tab. Some hac...
Vue + TypeScript & Debuggers
Vue + TypeScript & Debuggers
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Configuring debuggers to work with Vue + TypeScript is not easy. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, information about this topic is minimal on ...
Keying data in NoSQL
Keying data in NoSQL
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Most NoSQL databases are also key-value pair style databases that store your blob of data, be it JSON or something else, based on a specific key. <
Auto Format Your Code with ESLint
Auto Format Your Code with ESLint
Blog – ckh|Consulting
One of the many things that I like to do as a developer is to find ways to streamline and ease the process of doing my [...
Automating large Regression Test Suites with Postman and Newman
Automating large Regression Test Suites with Postman and Newman
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Lately, our team has been streamlined the development of our larger systems by integrating our tests into an automated commit process. We have implemented a few [...] The post Automating large Regression Test Suites with Postman and Newman appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
Keys to Workplace Wellness Part 3 – Spiritual Wellness
Keys to Workplace Wellness Part 3 – Spiritual Wellness
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Workplace Wellness In part one of "Keys to Workplace Wellness" I explained that to have a well rounded approach to wellness we must consider mental, emotional, [...] The post Keys to Workplace Wellness Part 3 – Spiritual Wellness appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
Embracing Uncertainty
Embracing Uncertainty
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Living In Uncertainty There’s a fascinating aspect of regular life that shows up in the development profession. It is something that normal people have an aversion [...] The post Embracing Uncertainty appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
How To: Object Detection — A fascinating application of AI
How To: Object Detection — A fascinating application of AI
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Object Detection is just one interesting application of AI in the field of Computer Vision, but this technology has proven to be foundational to the modern era of computers, as society's needs have driven artificially intelligent technologies to become increasingly sophisticated. The post How To: Ob...
Using the Python Couchbase Client
Using the Python Couchbase Client
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Python is a very powerful language for processing large amounts of data. There are many times when there is a code change on lower environments that [...] The post Using the Python Couchbase Client appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
Hacking Google Chrome’s Search Engine Settings for Efficiency
Hacking Google Chrome’s Search Engine Settings for Efficiency
Blog – ckh|Consulting
I have been sharing my usage of Google Chrome's search engine setting around our office for some time and now want to share how I use this feature, possibly in unintended ways, to be more efficient in many day-to-day navigation of websites and web applications. The post Hacking Google Chrome's Searc...
Adding Custom Code to a WordPress Site
Adding Custom Code to a WordPress Site
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Have you ever been working on a WordPress site and wanted to add something and could not find a widget that did what you needed? Maybe [...] The post Adding Custom Code to a WordPress Site appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
The Importance of Team Building
The Importance of Team Building
Blog – ckh|Consulting
A couple of months ago, our team planned a retreat so that way we could get away for a bit. We rented a cabin up north [...] The post The Importance of Team Building appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
Gravitee Setup
Gravitee Setup
Blog – ckh|Consulting
Setting up a new API As Seth said in a prior post, after we setup a Gravitee API gateway for a customer, we found that the [...] The post Gravitee Setup appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
CSS Animations
CSS Animations
Blog – ckh|Consulting
CSS animations are a great way to make your site come alive and give it a next-level look and feel. There are a couple of main [...] The post CSS Animations appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...
JavaScript: Intro to Iterative Tools & Data Management
JavaScript: Intro to Iterative Tools & Data Management
Blog – ckh|Consulting
There are many tools to help us manage complex data with JavaScript . This posts introduces some of those tools and common patterns for using them. The post JavaScript: Intro to Iterative Tools & Data Management appeared first on ckh|Consulting. ...



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