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Hi! My name is Aaron Rohrbacher, and I'm Portland's 22nd-or-so newest junior web developer. I've built this simple blog in Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, and some JavaScript and jQuery. I intend to be discussing some weird little things I've come across while continuing my programming career. May they help you immensely, or annoy the s#!+ out of you! Either way, please feel free to leave a comment!


02/05/2018

A simple Ruby on Rails approach to IP address tracking

07/19/2018

A simple solution to the Bootstrap 4 problem using wicked_pdf, wkhtmltopdf_binary, and Bootstrap 4

03/09/2018

Two straight-forward DNS solutions to using your naked GoDaddy domain name with your Heroku application.