Per a recent(ish) request on Twitter, here are a few resources about learning to code by voice, which also hopefully give you a bit of context when you’re searching around the topic. If you have RSI and are looking to reduce stress on your nerves, check out a previous article I’ve written on the topic. […]
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In a continuation of my “burn your résumé” theme from last month, I remembered a piece of data I read that I found fascinating. Come with me, on this journey, where we read this chart: Cool chart, right? Let me help: These stats are from a paper highlighted last year by the Harvard Business Review […]
Earlier this week, I wrote my first Firefox extension, a port of the “Millennials to Snake People” Chrome extension, which you might’ve read about in the Huffington Post, or The Verge, or quite a few other outlets. It simply takes the word “millennials” and re-writes it to “snake people.” It also rewrites quite a few […]
I recently submitted a pull request to an open source project, and Jearvon asked about the how, and I thought this might make a good blog post, for my approach to contributing to open source (but YMMV, and all those disclaimers). The problem I find with being a first-time contributor to a project is that at each […]
On the last episode of Turing-Incomplete, I did a mini-rant about job hunting for engineers. The more I see engineers job hunting, the more I realize that my own method (and those few who do the same) differs greatly from the way I see others job hunt. For one, I have a passionate disdain for […]