Owner & Founder
Eric Meyer is the owner and founder of Curious Minds Media. Fascinated by the possibilites of computing at a very young age, and possessing a strong independent streak, Eric began teaching himself to program BASIC on the family's TRS-80.
As the owner and founder of Curious Minds Media, Eric has guided his company though the rapidly changing landscape of the modern web, building his small startup into a thriving business, and maintaining lasting client relationships along the way.
Eric now specializes in building sustainable software architectures for Curious Minds' web development clients, as well as developing Curious Minds's suite of internal customer care tools.
Eric resides with his family in New York's Hudson Valley, and enjoys ultralight camping, climbing, alpine skiing, and kayak fishing.
What to look for when hiring a Laravel developer
Laravel is a PHP web application framework that provides web developers with the tools and foundations to get a web app up and running in no time. Over the last decade Laravel has become one of the most popular web development frameworks in use today. This article is focused on helping stakeholders in their decision making process while hiring qualified Laravel developers.
Fixing Fundamentals in Web Development Education
One of the challenges our customers often bring to our attention is the difficulty in filling lower level web production roles. It’s a problem that we can relate to at Curious Minds, as we face the same issue when on-ramping new developers on to our team.
Deploying Ember CLI Apps with the Lighting Pack
This is the first in a series on maintaining and deploying Ember.js SPA (single page apps). We have been using Ember.Js quite a bit over here at Curious Minds. In fact, it’s one of our very favorite front-end frameworks.
CIO Digest application prototype for iPad
Mobile application development is in full swing over here at Curious Minds Media labs. We’re getting really close to unveiling our newest addition to our Integrated Publishing Solution’s suite of services with a shiny new mobile application.
Tools of the Trade – free web development tools for Mac OSX
One of the things that I love the most about coding, and the web in general is the development of open and free standards. Along with those open and free standards comes the web development tools needed to build and deploy web applications.
AS3 Remoting ArrayCollection Tutorial – Part I
Okay, we’ve all used the <mx:RemoteObject> tag before, but now that we are following some good design principles and using a model view controller setup, we want to get rid of that tag and put the remote object logic into its own class.