Algorithm 02: Factorialize a Number

In this algorithm we will see how to take a number, then find its factorial.  If you forgot from your math class what a factorial is it is just the product of an integer and all the integers below.  For example, the factorial of 5 would be: 5! = 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5 = 120.


Reigniting The Blog

Over the summer I created a project tracking app to help index and search the work I’d done over the years. As I started cataloging these old projects it struck me how much I use to love blogging just for the sheer fun of it. Sure the writing wasn’t great, but I had a passion …

Best Summer Ever

Best Summer Ever!

Now that summer has just ended I only have one thing to say, “Wow what an amazing summer!” Not only was it one of the most personally rewarding summers in recent memory it was also amazingly productive on the professional front. I have always been a front-end developer with full-stack aspirations. Even though I work …

site march update 2016

March 2016 Site and Video Updates

Hey everyone! I wanted to post a quick update and let you know a few things I have planned for the near future. If you noticed I have done a few cosmetic upgrades on the site including redoing the index page and sidebar for a cleaner design. I also added…

Javascript Learning Resources Page

JavaScript Learning Resources 2016

The Chinese philosopher Laozi famously wrote in the Tao Te Ching that “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. I think this is the perfect metaphor to keep in mind when confronting any new daunting task. In our case the mountain before us is JavaScript.