Infosnacks by AJ Lemos

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Pyramid Of Doom

Pyramid Of Doom

The Pyramid Of Doom is an excessive use of nested code statements in software programming. It makes code difficult to read and even more difficult to maintain. Read More

Feature Creep

Feature Creep, is the inefficient, undesirable, and costly practice of constantly adding and changing features during the software development process. Read More
How To Balance A Hot Tub

How To Balance A Hot Tub

Quick and easy guide to balance a hot tub. Check levels with test strips, then balance pH with a target pH level of 7.2 to 7.6, retesting after 20 minutes. Read More

Simple Blueberry Pancakes

A super simple recipe for homemade blueberry pancakes from scratch! All it takes is flower, brown sugar, baking powder, salt, butter, eggs, and almond milk. Read More
Magic: The Gathering

Magic: The Gathering

Magic: The Gathering is an extremely popular trading card and strategy game developed by Richard Garfield and published by Wizards of the Coast in 1993. Read More

Shameless Plug

A shameless plug is when you knowingly promote yourself, business, or product, without shame or reservation. You can use Infosnacks for shameless plugs! Read More

Hickey Bobbin'

Hickey Bobbin' is a dangerous pastime for icy climates. While wearing slick bottomed shoes sneak behind a car and grab onto the bumper to slide behind. Read More
Death Dealer Series

Death Dealer Series

The Death Dealer series is an epic and brutal fantasy, rich with sorcery and the fight for survival. Written by James Silke and artist Frank Frazetta. Read More
Empty New York Subway

Empty New York Subway

With over 8 million people in New York City a completely empty subway terminal is a rare thing. However it makes a great setting for suspenseful cinematography. Read More
Zombie Lady Film Blog

Zombie Lady Film Blog

I rate each film from zero to five brains, with 5 brains reserved only for the very finest horror flicks. I also provide awesome still shots from the movies. Read More
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