Welcome to Werstnet.com
Hi, my name is Jeremy Werst, and I'm a web developer working out of Minneapolis, MN. My specialty is in creating beautiful websites that adhere to modern css and html specifications, specifically working with the concrete5 content management system.
This site is where I post about the things that I create, programming tricks I find, and pretty much everything else that I find interesting.
Latest Blog Posts:
There are two different ways to approach code. Generic, fits anything and everything for everyone. Or custom and as easy to use as possible, but just for one client.
Most of what I do is the latter. An image carousel I've been working on made me think about the dichotomy between these two a lot. The way I build applications for concrete5 seems to be completely at opposite with what most people doing things for the marketplace
I thought the next few months were going to be really busy. I was going to volunteer with CURA:Tech, but after the last few weeks with concrete5 made me decide not to develop anything new until well after 5.7 is stable.
I've been waiting to get a frame custom welded for touring, gravel, and possibly some randonneuring. At the end of last month, I rode out to Freewheel Bike in Eden Prairie to use their Precision Fit system and find out exactly what I need.
Often, people miss out on news because they simply don't have time to read the full article. Here are a few different ways that you can use technology to save you time reading online.
Sometimes I write about my bicycles inappropriately.
Fat bikes have been getting more and more popular over the last few years. I never thought that I'd end up getting one, but a few weeks ago, I did.