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I was pretty much sold when I found out it was a 24-hour hackathon (yay shorter hacks! 2-days is a lot) where I’d get to sleep in the Museum of Natural History, with all food provided, sleeping space (! yes!), and some walking around time for the museum. How was it? I’ll lead with the […]
This week is lab week at work, and I decided in anticipation of the hackathon I will (!!) shortly be attending, I decided to work with a team to visualize their data using d3 to make an interactive visualization, since their team is working in that direction. What I mostly learned is that d3 is […]
For the month of October, I’ve been writing a Scary Words in Programming series. For Halloween, I invited others to join as part of a “blog carnival,” to share things we know and meet new people. You can join too! Just send me a link & title to your post via Twitter or the contact […]
Welcome to episode 5 of Scary Words in Programming, part of the carnival! Callbacks I’m pulling again from the suggestions I got on Twitter, and I can see how callbacks are scary & confusing at first! Callbacks are to put it very very simply, using a function as an argument to another function. That looks […]