My opinion piece is in the June issue of .net magazine, available in the States now, or if you’re in Europe, you can still get the digital edition (it’ll also likely be online eventually). Tweet
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Hopefully by now you’ve decided to give a shit or not about the giant Verizon/privacy story (and whether you have or not, I’d love to hear your thoughts on data in the comments). In case you’ve been under your favorite rock, here’s an article and a corresponding editorial from the NYT. The excellent Brian Boyer [...]
I’ve had a couple of days now to digest FluentConf. It was definitely interesting, and I had a few particular favorites. I put all of my pithy notes in a Github repo if you’d like to explore them (I don’t take many notes). Someone on Twitter asked what I thought of the conference as they [...]
I’m involved in a lot of communities and write a lot of different code — but I know my Python friends think of me that way, my JS friends, JS, and so on. When I was on the Shop Talk Show, I talked about being a programming polyglot and about choosing the best tool for [...]
In just two weeks, I’ll be at FluentConf in San Francisco. However, before that, next week, I’m traveling around the city of San Francisco to talk to people who are doing interesting things at the intersection of software, journalism, and civic innovation (whew!). I have a few meets set, but I’m putting it out there [...]