Parler is left for dead

Ben Buie | 1/15/21

#NoScrollForFreedom People think that the outcry in support of freedom of speech is because Trump was removed from Twitter.  The concern goes much deeper. There is a concerted effort to control speech in society today. Not just speech that calls for violence, but also for speech that is disagreeable.  I was shocked and dismayed when Read More >>

Help Spark Boulder Educate Startup Minded Students

Ben Buie | 1/3/17

As you know, entrepreneurship is one of my passions for many reasons, one of which is the impact it can have on people. I’ve found the entrepreneurial mindset is one of the most valuable things a student can have as they embark in their career, no matter if they start in the corporate world or Read More >>

The Blue Side of Conservatism

Ben Buie | 4/11/16

It is no secret that I’m a conservative. In fact, I probably wear that on my sleeve a little too much. Having attended a very liberal school like CU, I sometimes stuck out like a sore thumb, particularly because the 2012 presidential run happened smack dab in the middle of my MBA. I could go Read More >>

Contractor VS. Employee: Who Dominates?

Ben Buie | 12/29/15

It seems like everyone is looking for web developers these days. Being a developer, I get lots of questions in these 4 categories: (1) my development skills, (2) my contractor rate, (3) my work location (on site or remote), and (4) my willingness to be an employee again. My skills usually start the conversation and I’ve tried to make it Read More >>

Adding Features In Laravel 4 & Angular

Ben Buie | 12/29/15

I got a new client about a month ago that wants to remain anonymous. I don’t like that, but they insisted. I’ve already had one other client ask for this as well, so it must be pretty common. I think it is mostly for competitive reasons. One reason I love this project is it is built Read More >>