Last week I spoke at TacoJS on “Serverless, what is it even?” You can find the slides online. It’s pretty much the same as I did at BrooklynJS, and people liked it! If you’re interested in me bringing something along those lines to a conference you’re organizing, let me know. In other happenings, I also […]
So I was trying to think of the blog for the week, which is usually simply drawn from ‘what have you been doing lately, Pam?’ Well, I’ve been taking an Android class on Coursera, and somehow running telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl 23 in the terminal came up, and well, spoiler, it’s ASCII Star Wars. Happy Holidays!
On Saturday, I helped put on Rails Girls Philly, with the help of a bunch of people and other members of the Philly.rb user group. With a Friday night Install Party and Saturday Workshop + After Party, I got pretty tuckered out, but about 50 attendees came to learn Rails, and I think most left […]
When I read about Collie in a recent issue of Appliness, I knew I had to give it a try. While you can do simple animations like this one easily in pure CSS, something about Collie is appealing — it renders in canvas or DOM, it’s tested for performance, and it’s encouraged as a solution […]
At my awesome employer, we recently had a Hack Day (or, per the company mascot, “Stampy Day”). Here’s what it was, why it was fun, and why you should probably bring it to your company too. What’s a Hack Day Hack Day is a day taken off from the regular run of the business to […]