Tailwindcss Part 1

I’m working on a new project and am motivated. We have carved out some aggressive goals, so I’m spending time writing software and learning more about Clojure. I even got to file a bug on Calva and work with Pez on it. So, on to the subject of this post, tailwindcss. This is a framework for generating CSS in your HTML by using utility classes. These classes you put directly on your HTML elements affect how they appear....

March 20, 2024 · zacharyc
Thread Spools

Thread and Twine

Some of you may or may not know about my side hobby: Zack’s Packs and Gear Repair. Through this hobby, I have learned a lot over the past couple of years. While I’m still at the beginning of this quest for knowledge about sewing and creating, there are a couple of things I’ve learned. I use mostly Tex 70 Thread, which is called size 69. This was the thread used in the course I took at Sterling Continuing Education, and it is still the thread I use most commonly....

March 14, 2024 · zacharyc
Britta Rael

Britta on Athletic Brewing

Recently, my mentor and friend Britta was selected as a spotlight ambassador for the Athletic Brewing brand. You can see her spotlight here. I’m particularly honored that her cover photo was taken during a shoot I did with Britta. Thank you, Britta, for using the photo. For those of you who have yet to hear of Athletic Brewing, it is a non-alcoholic beer (it has a very small percentage) that people can consume that is tasty like beer but without the same alcohol level....

March 13, 2024 · zacharyc

Cheerleading Rules and Safety

I have been involved with the sport of cheerleading since 1996. It has been a LONG stint with the sport. I started coaching in 2004, working for Liberty Cheer Institute (LCI) in Broomall, PA. Since the beginning of my coaching experience, I have had a certification attached to my name. Initially, it was AACCA (American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators). Then, when working with All Star, I had a USASF (U....

March 12, 2024 · zacharyc

Paying for Versions or Subscriptions?

As someone who writes and uses software, I’m often on the fence about how software should be priced. There are programs that are priced per version and those that come with a subscription. There is even a new class of software that is subscribed for updates, but if your update subscription ends, you can still use the latest version of the software you have. Software is a tricky business, and pricing it is hard....

March 6, 2024 · zacharyc