I’ll admit. I’ve been stressed at work. I think the spring/yearly goal-setting/”OMG ROADMAP” brouhaha got to me. I’m a people person, and I get wrapped up in what other people are dealing with, sometimes to my own detriment. So last week when I was “cannot even” about dealing with a race condition on making sure […]
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Philly Tech Week is a great series of events, and quite frankly and impressive act of herculean efforts by a small team of people. A few comments on the few events I went to, and a thought for next year. Dev Day See last week’s post. N3rd Street I literally parked my bike by the […]
Tuesday last week, I was asked if I’d step up to take Comcast’s spot in some lightning talks for Philly Tech Week’s Dev Day, and talk about a technical challenge I solved [nb: this was solved of course with the help of one Trevor Lalish-Menagh, and I learned more about Rack last week!]. I gave […]
I asked on Twitter if people remembered early attempts at the concept of web components. Here’s the list my buddy Brian sent me of what he remembers: I asked the question after having this conversation with my friend Rob: me: [Talking about my book, about how I really believe the outcome in the next few […]
The spring season means lots of things – it’s when people start un-hibernating and coming to events, it’s one of the best times to look for jobs, and of course, it’s the re-emerging of hackathon season. I published a write-up about the recent LadyHacks, and I realized I hadn’t done my spring “welcome to hacking […]