AJ Foster

Hello there! I'm AJ, a developer at Code School, lifelong student of mathematics, and FIRST (robotics) volunteer.

A little about me...

My interests include things like Ruby on Rails, server management and automation, and Mathematics. My work history involves WordPress themeing, back-end web programming, and system management. Offline, you might occassionally find me at a FIRST robotics event as a volunteer.

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Things I've written

Writing Commit Messages in Atom
June 15, 2016 — A better way to use Atom as your Git commit message editor.

Tombstones in Typography
November 20, 2015 — Some thoughts and examples of using the tombstone in typography on the web.

End of the old FTA
September 12, 2015 — Reflection on my volunteer role as the FIRST Tech Challenge changes for the 2015 season.

Using Other Lanugages in Ruby
June 23, 2015 — Notes from my presentation at the June 2015 University Ruby meetup at Cloudspace.

Getting Started with Git
March 2, 2015 — Notes from my lecture given to PHY 3905; Spring 2015.

Terminal Basics
October 20, 2014 — Notes from my talk "Exploring Terminal" for Design & Code at UCF.

Notes from Front-End Design Conference 2014
July 14, 2014 — July 10-11, 2014 in St. Petersburg, Florida

CreativeQ Project Reflection
June 29, 2014 — CreativeQ is my first Rails application to see production. This is a reflection on the development process so far.