Hello, I'm Jason
I live with my family in the rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm a web developer by trade, but have broad experience in various business areas. Want to know more about me?
biBERK is hiring several Full Stack Developers. biBERK is a direct insurance company with offices in Omaha, Nebraska and Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. We also have many team members that are fully remote.Read More
While we are still 90 days away, standard ticket pricing only exists for the next 8 weeks!Read More
I have recently updated the MarkdownSharpCore library to support .NET 6.0. Previously the 1.1 version only supported .NET Standard 2.1 and .NET Core 2.2. The source code for the library can be found on GitHub at https://github.com/jasongaylord/markdownsharp. You can grab the NuGet package here: https://www.nuget.org/packages/MarkdownSharpCore.Read More
TweetDeck recently “choose” me to use their new preview. The problem is that I never opted in and it broke Tweeten. Until yesterday, the feature to opt-out of the new TweetDeck was broken.Read More
All along, we’ve been able to run multiple NPM scripts in the same run command. Here’s the scenario: Imagine that we have a script that is called
buildStaging and another called
buildProduction. We could run both scripts out of the box with NPM by creating a new script, let’s call it
build and setting the value to
npm run buildStaging && npm run buildProduction. The problem with this is that
buildProduction won’t start until
buildStaging is complete.
The TechBash Foundation is working on an updated website for TechBash. One of the requests that came in from one of our presenters for this year’s TechBash conference was to ensure that our color contrast between
background-color and text
color was within the guidelines set forth by WCAG. Since I’m building a lot of my styles using SASS, and more specifically, Dart Sass, it’s actually not hard to create a function to return the contrast ratio.