I'm Brian P. Hogan, a web developer, teacher, author, editor, and musician living in
Eau Claire, Wisconsin. I develop web sites like Codecaster, Rails Mentors,
and using HTML5, JQuery, and Ruby.
I am the author of several books, including
and I am always looking for interesting opportunities to help people succeed.
Latest Blog Posts
(Originally posted over at Medium) In this post, the author, Dominic Pace, argues that we should teach “actual programming” instead of Scratch. I encourage you to read that first because it makes some great points. It’s written by a high school senior who’s hit upon something important: “Learn to code” tools like Scratch and Alice […]
Today marks one year with DigitalOcean, and I couldn’t be happier. I’m so unbelievably lucky to get to do what I do there. I work on the DigitalOcean Tutorials collection, where I help community authors get their articles published. It’s the perfect job for me, as I get to draw from my software development and […]
I’m nearly two months into my new job. For those of you that haven’t heard, I am a Technical Editor at DigitalOcean, a fantastic startup based in New York City. I work with a great team of people, and I help open-source enthusiasts share their knowledge through written tutorials. I’m responsible for taking their submitted […]