When I first started The Code Asylum, people would ask me why did I choose that name? Imagine hours upon hours pulling your hair out trying to solve a problem only to discover you had missed a simple colon, or that unwanted space in a thousand lines of code! To be honest if you aren’t a little insane then you just haven’t been coding, or tossed out the rest of what dignity was in you.
I founded The Code Asylum to provide a haven, as you will, for technology evangelists like yourself. A place to share (that means not just take and never give back folks, I know its a tough concept for many people) real world examples, codes, tips; basically anything to help us do our jobs a little better, faster, and more dignified.
So much of real world businesses are still in their infancy phase when it comes to adopting the enormous capabilities of automation through scripting. My goal is to provide you the knowledge, tools, and real world examples, to help you increase productivity, reduce human error, and by all means show your boss how valuable you are! I challenge each of you to contribute, to leave something behind that you learned that helped you solve a problem, that drove you insane.
We are a group of tech evangelists from different facets including Systems Administrators, Developers, DBA’s, and Security Experts, that comprise what The Code Asylum is built upon.
If you think you would like to become a regular editor, publisher or moderator and you think you have what it takes to become part of The Code Asylum. Contact us and we will consider your submission.