Monthly Archives: April 2017

Take Your Daughter to Work Day

Every year on Take Your Child to Work Day, I am reminded of the way girls continue to be excluded from the sciences, especially Computer Science. Continue reading

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An Accessible and Usable GitHub Repository

Making your GitHub repository accessible and usable. Continue reading

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My JS Journey: A Promise in a Browser

Promises in the browser; adding a class; forking in GitHub. Continue reading

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Seattle React.js April Meetup

I had the pleasure tonight to attend the Seattle React.js April Meetup. Continue reading

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Norwescon 2017

Over the weekend, I attended Norwescon 40: Over the Hills and Far Away. Continue reading

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My JS Journey: Promises

Promises in ES6 are not difficult, although they can be cumbersome. Continue reading

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My JavaScript Journey: Basic ES6 Browser Skeleton

Packaging a simple ES6 app with webpack transpiles the code into a bundle that can be run on any browser that supports ES5. Continue reading

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