My Summer project is to finish an initial version of my Practice Math site for our kids. I’ve hit a bit of a snag with fractions, but the functionality for whole numbers is almost ready. The next step is to create a web site for the project so our kids can use the app through […]
One of my projects this Summer is to redevelop my Practice Math project. The goal is to create a site that my kids can use to practice their math.
Lately my idea of fun has been firmly rooted in coding, and playing around with Linux.
Last week I came across a tweet sharing Reshma Saujani’s TED talk, titled “Teach girls bravery, not perfection”. I immediately bookmarked it to watch with my daughter (and tweeted my plan to do that).
The life of a coder/developer is both a wonderful and immensely frustrating experience. The scales tip in both directions, usually several times a day. Today was no exception.
Stephanie Hurlburt asked for stories from developers about their career paths on Twitter, and it quickly became one of the best threads I’ve read in a while.
Twitter has become a complicated digital space, to say the least. My “Inspiring developers” Twitter list is one of the highlights of my Twitter experience, and the developers on that list make Twitter worthwhile, despite all the cruft we see there.