I’m Roger Stringer, and I’m a full-stack software developer / DevOps Engineer, writer, speaker and single dad in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada.

I’m also a dad, music lover, film buff, comic book collector, camper, and foodie. I spend my spare time building things, doing fun stuff with my daughter, camping in our 1999 Honda Stepwagon, and cooking up new recipes to post on here.

This blog is where I write and share. You will see everything from posts about tech and design, reviews, and food.

I originally started this blog back in 2003, and it’s been around in one form or another since then. Older posts occasionally get cleaned up to keep this blog fresh.

I've been working in tech since 2000 with a variety of companies and projects, and work heavily with a wide variety of stacks. I've worked with pretty much everything: AI Models (chatGPT, Davinci, Dall-e, stable diffusion among others), Twilio, Javascript (Node.js, Deno, Bun, Fresh, React / Remix / Next.js / Gatsby, Vue / Nuxt.js, fastify, nest, expressJs, AdonisJs), PHP, Go, Rust, Python, GraphQL, Hasura, Prisma, Strapi, DirectUs, SQL (SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL), NoSQL (MongoDB, DynamoDB, Firebase, Redis), APIs, WebRTC, 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.

Additional Endeavors

  • I also blog at Coded Geekery, which is a slightly longer form, sometimes more opinionated blog where I share coding tips as well as other useful information.
  • I built flybase.io, a real-time backend database platform. I also blog regularly on the Flybase blog.
  • I wrote the Twilio Cookbook for Pakt Publishing (And the second edition too).
  • I wrote Real-Time Twilio and Flybase for apress.


This site is currently running on Remix with Directus acting as a headless CMS and hosted on Vercel

The posts are written in markdown.


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Thank you


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