Posts Tagged ‘education’

  1. 01 Jun, 2017

    Embarking on Learning React

    I love this post from Bruce. It’s an acknowledgement that things change, and in order to help others avoid the mistakes of the past you have to know which tools the industry is presently reaching for. I’m also currently in […]

  2. 23 Mar, 2017

    Modern JavaScript for Ancient Web Developers

    Gina Trapani wrote a fantastic post about diving into the modern JavaScript world after not paying attention to JavaScript for a long time. While I’m not as skilled as her when it comes to backend development, my background is more in […]

  3. 07 Feb, 2017

    Donors Choose

    I was not aware of this site, but it’s been floating around in light of the recent awful news that Betsy DeVos made it in as Secretary of Education. Here’s what Donors Choose is about: We make it easy for anyone […]

  4. 07 Jun, 2015

    Obviously

    Adam Onishi talks about the dangers of using words like “obviously” (and “just”) when we’re communicating with others. When we try to teach people whether in a tutorial, a conference talk, or even some over the phone training, we need to […]