Hello, fellow developers! This is part two of a 2-part series that I did about getting Unity WebGL games up and running on Azure WebApps. Part one covered the process of getting a local IIS webserver up and running for testing out the Unity-generated WebGL build of a Unity game, and this post will cover the […]
I recently wrote about updating my website as part of my new job change, and one of the things that I had some trouble with was figuring out all of the things I needed to change on Namecheap to get my Azure site up and running properly with my custom domains. There are a bunch of […]
Back in October, I wrote about trying out Google Shopping Express. It has slowly become a Bay Area staple for techies, and I began using the service regularly in the hopes that it would be able to replace my Amazon Prime account. I like to think that I had a bit of a hipster moment […]
We all have one: a friend (or five) who posts a lot of rants on Facebook about how one thing or another sucks, how a product is just so terrible! or how they can’t stand how that company ruins everything they try and release. This negativity is prevalent with the anonymity and “safety-in-numbers” feeling that the internet provides, […]
For those of you who haven’t heard, Google launched the beta version of a same-day delivery service in the Bay Area called Google Shopping Express. The premise is simple: The stores you know and love now do same-day delivery thanks to Google’s personal service. I decided to give it a try.