Laying here in a “nature pod” on the bottom of the world, something that is still difficult to wrap my head around, Kate is already asleep and the events of the last couple of months are going through my head. This time two months ago I was working for a…


In the world of software development keeping up with new technologies can be difficult. You spend all this time learning some cool new feature or library then as soon as you feel confident in it you see a headline like this, “Is {insert name} the new {tech you just learned}…


ES6 was released in June of 2015. With it came many new features such as arrow functions, let and const, promises, modules, and classes. There are many more but these are the most widely adopted according to a survey done by 2ality.com. All of these things technically existed in Javascript…


“Last stop, Doraville Station, doors open on your left.” There I sit, one of the last people on Marta, as it pulls into its final resting place. I had just finished the first day of the rest of my life, my first day at Flatiron School studying Software Engineering. While…


When first dipping your toe into the expansive ocean of knowledge that is software engineering, you’re going to use your computer in ways you never knew existed. Gone are the days of guilt-free endless scrolling through Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram. …


Music has been a part of my life as far back as I can remember. Some of my earliest memories are of my dad playing his favorites like Hendrix, Dylan, Taylor, Clapton, Morrison, Zeppelin and Creedence while playing his air guitar jumping around the living room. He loved music with…

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