Category: tech

Quick Review of Brackets for macOS

For a front-end web development tool that is free and open-source, Brackets has a lot going for it! Not only is it a very powerful tool to help with your web development endeavor, but the fact that Brackets is open-source makes it a very…

Quick Review of Espresso Code Editor

Of the three code editors I’ve used, Espresso is probably the most feature-packed and easiest to use thus far. There are a lot of options out there. When I was doing some research on what code editor I should use, I came across Espresso….

HTML5, CSS, JavaScript & PHP – A Love/Hate Relationship

You know that one ex you had where you were madly in love, but you resented them for what they say or do to you? Yeah. That’s my current relationship status with HTML5, CSS, JS and PHP. It’s actually labeled “It’s Complicated” on Facebook….

Seriously, Just A Quick Message

To those who have been with me since the beginning, and those who are just joining in on The Nomadic Tire, I thank every single one of you. This sounds so cliché, but it’s so true. Without you guys reading my content, I wouldn’t…

/MEDIA – The New Multimedia Venture

Kevin, where have you been? Well, indulge me as I enlighten y’all on what I’ve been up to recently. For the past few weeks, I’ve been working hard on another side venture with my friends Josh and Rezal on creating a new multimedia company…

Keeping Motivated As A Future Digital Nomad

As a future digital nomad, you gotta keep your goals on track. Get your finances in order, learn marketable skills as a freelancer or expat. You know just as well as I do that it’s easier said than done. I’m here to tell you…

iOS 11 Woes – The Battery & Stability Saga

It’s no surprise that iOS 11 has given a lot of iOS users a lot of headaches. What do you expect though from Apple? When a new iOS version comes out, natural reaction is to update to get the latest in features and security…