Last year, I created the Amazon Alexa Skill for Cork Hounds which takes a City/State, and responds with the nearest fully dog friendly vineyard. When I first started that
I grew up in a large family living in Michigan surrounded by lakes. But we never spent time vacationing at them because my mother distrusted lake water. Therefore, every summer
When you think of Arkansas you probably don't think of 'wine country,' but I'm here to tell y'all...
We ain't just moonshine and banjos!
Since the late 1800's immigrants
I lived in Atlanta, Georgia for 12 years, and in all that time I never ventured north toward the mountains, despite being able to see them from my condo in
My Cork Hounds co-founder Jeremy, recently had friends in town for the weekend and we decided to spend some of the time exploring a dog-friendly vineyard in southern Maryland. So,
You may have noticed a recent change that we made to our search results having to do with Ratings. If you are curious as to why, this blog is for
I recently migrated our four containerized microservices from self managed Docker to AWS ECS. We are adding a lot more vineyards (the addition of California more than doubles the number
This post is a companion blog to a recent post on Building a Hybrid Mobile Application with Adobe Phonegap that I published in January. We recently released our Mobile Application
This blog has been a long time coming, as I've been working on the Cork Hounds iOS Mobile Application for the better part of 2017. I decided to use Phonegap
On a windy fall weekend, Cork Hounds cofounder, Jeremy, our pups, Greta and Bentley and I, headed out from the D.C. metro area to visit Cape Charles, Virginia. Cape
I'm currently using Postgres/PostGIS for all our Geospatial queries. This works well with our microservices architecture. However, as I build out the backend for our Mobile app architecture using
Want to hit the open road with your pup by your side? Nothing can be more fun than going on an adventure with your loyal companion (using Corkhounds.com as