look back at what I accomplished professionally in 2016 is complete,
so with this post I'm looking ahead at my software development goals for
2017 along with the programming ecosystems I will be coding in. The three
areas I will be focused on in 2017 are...
In the past several years I have taken time at the end of December to
reflect on the coding projects, software talks and tutorials
that I worked on throughout the year. It is useful to have an account of my
software development highlights even though I do not expect this type of
post to necessarily be riveting retrospectives for most...
This is a rough transcript along with the slides from our
SIGNAL 2016 talk from May 24, 2016.
You can also find the slides without notes on my tech talks
page. The code for the bot is open sourced under the MIT...
2015 software development year in review
done, I'm going to use this post to try something new: looking ahead at the big
picture for what I want to accomplish in software throughout 2016. While I have a
lot personally to look forward to in this year,...
The end of the year is a good time to step back and take stock of everything
accomplished throughout the past 365 days. This software development
year in review post continues the retrospectives I performed in
At PyCon 2015 in Montreal, Kate Heddleston
and I presented
Choose Your Own WSGI Deployment Adventure.
If you'd like to create your own Choose Your Own Adventure...
Before you learn node.js to handle WebSockets or any type of full-duplex
client-server communication, check out some Python options first. In this
post I'll lay out some of the resources that I found most helpful for getting
started coding Python web applications that use WebSockets.
It's not necessary to have seen either talk but...
2014 was a solid year for improving my software development abilities. This
year was different from past years because I moved completely out of software
consulting and into coding open source projects.
This post will briefly cover my highlights from 2014 and go into the insights
I gained from my work throughout the year. I'll cover...
"What is a typical day like?" is one of the most common questions I receive
about my gig as a
Twilio Developer Evangelist. This blog post explains how I schedule
my calendar when I'm in Washington,...
Hello and welcome to the
Women Who Code DC Twilio API workshop
for the 2014 Hour of Code week! In this workshop we're going to learn how
to send and receive text messages (SMS), multimedia messages (MMS) and voice
calls to any phone number...
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