I’m Nick L and this is my build blog.  It’s mostly about building awesome web & mobile applications using Ruby, Rails, Javascript, and beautiful markup. I’m a front-end & back-end developer…. in short I love to create & code.

Post a comment or drop me a line. lets build.


11 thoughts on “About

  1. lol hey tim…. Who’s chris? (I’m nick.. lol)

    Send me some info about what your looking for. I’m sure I can help (nlewisinc@gmail.com)

  2. hi nick. love your blog .. lots of enthusiasm. interested in doing our b2b site? i am in the midst of trying to find someone to get us started.

  3. @chan

    Send me some details! Always open to new work 😉

    Thanks for stopping through. I’ve got a few more posts lined up just gotta find time to finish. argh!

    Take care, and you can reach me at nlewisinc@gmail.com.

  4. This site seems a bit dead, but I was wondering how you learned to theme Magento. I haven’t been able to find a good step by step tutorial on it yet. Too bad too, it seems like a great solution for some of my clients.

    I realize this comment makes me seem a bit dense, but I’d love to learn. Any suggestions?

  5. Hi Nick,

    I’m Josh. Another web developer out there. It’s my full-time job, though, I’m more of a hack than a serious pro (totally self-taught). I just started up my own blog for web dev stuff. I so often just can’t find quite what I’m looking for – so I hope to post suggestions, tips, fixes, etc. that I find as I go. It’s at: http://devzone.pratthost.com

    I’m also heavily into Magento. I’ve got 4 sites that I’m currently working on launching in the next couple months (hopefully).

    Well anyway, just wanted to introduce myself.

  6. Hey Nick,

    Can you drop me a line Re: Magento when you get a minute? I don’t see your email published on the site and wanted to ask you about potential consulting work.


  7. Just proves the old adage. It’s an ill wind that blows no good. – A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is shining and wants it back the minute it begins to rain. – Mark Twain 1835 – 1910

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