The Business Value in an Angular Upgrade

This article focuses on communicating the business value obtained through a migration from AngularJS to Angular is on expressing the business value of this change. A socratic approach is taken by imagining a business analyst asking the following five questions: What

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On Passing the AWS Associate Exam

Today I passed the AWS Certified Solutions Architect exam at the associate level. I passed it on my first try, which is not what I expected. This article covers things I did and at least one thing I didn’t do

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Eleven Arguments to Prefer Christianity to Islam

This article presents eight arguments over three categories to show that Christianity should be preferred over Islam. The main reason we should prefer Christianity over Islam, or Judaism, is because Christianity is true. The first category contains three arguments for

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Polysaccharide K May Combat Multiple Sclerosis

Let me preface this article by saying I am not a medical expert of any sort. I recently saw an interesting article claiming Polysaccharide K could inhibit or reverse several kinds of cancer. I looked briefly into the academic literature

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Scientific Agile

Over a year ago I stated that there were programming process artifacts coming soon. Well I’m happy to state that the first two such documents are available here. One is a development workflow standard operating procedure for enhancing standard agile

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Ologit is a Thing

I recently published a 44 page working paper to SSRN. I’ve been fortunate enough to hear a couple comments so far, and I hope they keep coming in. One friend noticed that I didn’t try an ordered logistic regression. I

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How Extreme are Nonvoters?

Jan-Willem van Prooijen recently published on Psychological Features of Extreme Political Ideologies. Prior research has been mixed. One thesis indicates that self-identified progressives are in fact not tolerant, but another thesis which is particularly popular in academia is the idea

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The Great Debate On Morality, Post Mortem

See the recording of the debate here. Comments were preserved from the chat! I was unable to see the chat during the debate. Dan and I ended up asking each other questions instead of taking audience questions. Here is a

The Great Debate On Morality, Opening Remarks

This prospective article is drafted to outline my opening remarks for a live YouTube debate with my friend Dan Rothschild. This is part one of a series of at least two and possibly three. After the debate, I will write

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First Impression of YNAB

No, this is not an April Fool’s post. This is a few of my first impressions using You Need a Budget. I don’t mind the approach it takes of budgeting actual cash on hand. I like the digital integrations with

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