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 […]
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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 […]
Because of how writing worked out, I’m grouping days 2 & 3 of Google I/O 2017 in this post. If you’re curious about day 1, it’s over here. Day 2 On day 2, I tired out quickly, probably from a combination of a lot of travel, the heat, and starting the day attempting to learn […]
I thought I’d do some reporting on my experience here at Google I/O. This is my first one (ticket courtesy of the Google Developer Experts Program), and so I’ll collect my thoughts/learnings/experiences here. Getting in/Registration Fairly easy. I’m splitting an AirBnB with a fellow GDE who is attending his 8th Google I/O, so I have […]