Earlier this week, we had company hack day, to take a short break from the hustle of the roadmap (and there’s lots!!) to work on something else, and my team worked on a CLI tool. We used click to build some cool stuff, and one of the features I built wraps a Python lambda handler […]
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Continuing my writing about this year’s edition of Strange Loop, I’ll go on to Saturday (Day 2 of the conference). Day 2 Lean Coffee I didn’t cover Lean Coffee much in day one’s post, so I’ll cover it a wee bit more here. If you ever go to Strange Loop, or have an opportunity to […]
It’s a few days since Strange Loop 2017 wrapped up, wonderful as always thanks to the tireless efforts of the herd of organizers (Alex, Bridget, Crystal, Nick, Mario and Ryan!!), volunteers, and thank you sponsors for your 💰. Strange Loop is one of my favorite technical conferences ever (and I’ve been to quite a few). […]
On Wednesday I took a staycation* day off of work to hang out with my partner, relax, and also check out an exhibit at the Franklin Institute on mathematical patterns in nature since I won tickets through a Yelp giveaway. I would recommend it, if you’re a member already and are only spending an extra $5 […]
A couple items of podcast news! One: Turing-Incomplete is out of podfade*! * podfade – when a podcast stops publishing episodes, and sort of fades out of existence for either a break or permanently. A couple changes: For Turing-Incomplete, we’re now going to record by season (season 1 ran for two years and had 92 […]