I’m Roger Stringer, and I’m a full-stack software developer / DevOps Engineer, author, speaker, and foodie in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada.
I’m also a single dad, music lover, film buff, camper, hiker, and foodie.
Coded Geekery is where I write, think and share. You will see everything from reviews, posts about tech and coding, to food.
I work heavily with AI models, Twilio, Node.js, PHP, React, Remix, Next.js, Vue, Nuxt, GraphQL, Hasura, NoSQL, APIs, DevOps, and headless CMSes such as Directus, Strapi, Sanity and WordPress, so you’ll see some posts about all of these on here, as well as a variety of other topics.
I spend my spare time building things, doing fun stuff with my daughter, camping in our 1999 Honda Stepwagon, hiking around the valley and cooking up new recipes to post on here.
This site is currently running on Nextjs with Directus acting as a headless CMS and hosted on Vercel
The posts are written in markdown / MDX.
I use VS Code for all my coding / writing and Hyper / zsh for my terminal work.
If you like what I write and share or just want to show some support for an indie developer, please consider sponsoring me on GitHub ❤️, any little bit helps keep development going.
Thank you! 🙏🏻
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I use every product I recommend unless I’ve noted otherwise.
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