Think back as far as you can possibly remember. All the way back to your very first memory. I bet it’s somewhat unusual. At least for a child. According to science, our brains don’t keep what’s mundane. It keeps the stuff that’s surprising and unusual. We tend to forget all the ordinary days and we […]

Curated list of IBM Digital Experience resources

Here’s a curated list of resources related to the IBM Digital Experience platform that I’ve started managing with markdown pages in a GitHub repo. If you want to see an expanded view of the product documentation tree or other resources for IBM WebSphere Portal, IBM Web Content Manager, etc., check it out. […]

Collect UI – screenshots to inspire your next design

Here’s a really cool site that provides user interface screenshots (some animated) from which you can draw inspiration (imitate and improve). The site classifies and organizes example UI’s in a variety of helpful categories. […]

In this post I describe how to copy assets from the node_modules directory using the copy config in the stencil.config.ts file for Stencil.js. My Stencil.js web components project has a dependency on Bootstrap, so in the pages that show examples of my components, I needed to include the following files: bootstrap.min.css bootstrap.min.js jquery.slim.min.js popper.min.js First, […]

SANSA – A scalable semantic analytics stack

SANSA is a big data processing engine for scalable processing of large-scale RDF data. SANSA uses Spark and Flink which offer fault-tolerant, highly available and scalable approaches to process massive sized datasets efficiently. SANSA provides the facilities for Semantic data representation, Querying, Inference, and Analytics. […]

Recently, I upgraded my macOS to Mojave and ran into the following error after running the git init command. xcrun: error: invalid active developer path (/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools), missing xcrun at: /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/usr/bin/xcrun I was able to fix this by running the following command in a terminal… xcode-select –install Accept the license and install xcode-select when the associated […]

Inspired by Tim Urban’s TED talk, Inside the mind of a master procrastinator, as well as articles from his blog, Wait But Why,  I created an interactive Life Time Calendar using the D3.js JavaScript library. Tim’s calendar concept maps out ninety 90 years (left to right) and 52 weeks in a year (top-to-bottom) so that you can visualize […]