I have impostor syndrome about my career as a developer evangelist, big time. I never feel like I’m good enough, or curious enough, or that I code enough. I wonder how I’ve been able to be a tech professional for Continue reading Questioning My Impostor Syndrome
I’ve been building a project in node.js, basically a simple SDK for a set of product APIs I work with. One thing it does is validate the data you send it before making an API call, and in the module Continue reading Scope and Hoisting in Node Modules
You probably opened this article, hoping I’d give you a list of all the blocks and block codes. But I’m not. I’m going to show you where to find them. How the list of blocks is created The blocks object Continue reading The Minecraft Blocks in ScriptCraft
How do I let friends who aren’t at my house play on the Minecraft server running on my laptop or desktop? If you haven’t read my article on letting your friends play on your server, please do. A lot of Continue reading Sharing Your Local Minecraft Server Over the Internet
Whether you’ve put your server in the cloud or you’re running it on your own computer, there are a couple of things you should know about Minecraft server security. The Minecraft Server Whitelist The pre-configured Minecraft Server I provide with Continue reading Letting Friends Play on Your Minecraft Server
Note: THIS CAN GET A BIT COMPLEX, especially if you’re trying to do it with multiple kids. If all you want is a server you can share with friends, I have a page on sharing your local Minecraft server over Continue reading Set up a Cloud-based Minecraft Server for Modding with Scriptcraft
There are pros and cons for setting up a cloud-based server or a local server, so I’m starting off by giving you a choice. Minecraft Modding with a Local Server A local server is one running on your own computer. Continue reading Which Kind of Minecraft Server is Better For You: Local or Cloud?