While talking about tech projects, you might hear the acronym "MVP" thrown around, or minimum viable product. Think of it as the absolute bare minimum that you can squeak by with and call something "done" within a given time period. Keeping the MVP in mind was
Loren Wang and I were Opportunity Scholars at the 2015 RubyConf in San Antonio, Texas last week. It was four days of meeting incredible and inspiring programmers within the community! Fellow scholar Shana Moore authored several blog posts about her day-by-day experiences at RubyConf and the scholarship application process, if
Update: You can read all about my first hackathon experience here on Medium Hey folks, if you’re attending the Lesbians Who Tech summit, come find me on the panel at Bootcamp 101: So You Want to Learn How To Code on Friday, October 2nd at 11:15am. I’ll
Hey folks, Sorry I haven’t had very much time to post. I wrote my first Twitter bot during a weeklong exploratory project during our break from class. I was inspired to check out bots after attending Liz Uselton’s *.rb talk, Build Your Own Friends: Fun Times With Twitterbots.