The History of The Web

One of the few blogs that I’m subscribed to and one that I actually open and read the emails from is Jay Hoffmann’s The History of The Web. Hoffmann does a great job of narrating how the web developed into what it is today, covering everything from the history of […]

Thoughts on Clean Code

Clean Code Cover

Towards the end of May, I started reading Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship by Robert C. Martin. The book is broken down into three sections. The first is described as the “feel-good” section, where the rules are introduced and detailed. The second section of the book focuses […]

Domain Privacy Protection

WHOIS Results for khmtravel.com

Every registered domain has contact information associated with it. This information is provided from the user (registrant) to the domain registrar (such as GoDaddy, 1&1, eNom, etc) at the domain’s registration. This information includes your name, address, and phone number and the registrar is required to prompt you annually to […]

Networking for Introverts

Selfies With People I've Met at Conferences

I’m fortunate enough to work for a company that places a lot of value in conferences, continued education, and networking events. I have been to four WordCamps, a handful of Meetups, and KHM Travel Group’s Crystal Conference and Awards. The hardest part of any conference is networking with others. It’s […]