In this post I tell you all about my Raspberry Pi, Janet, and her current setup: the products I chose, the reasoning behind my selections, how much it all cost, and my thoughts so far.
If you’ve been asking yourself “What can I do?” or “How can I help?”, here are a few resources (with links!) to use as a jumping-off point. Now let’s make some freakin’ CHANGE.
Sometimes I write for therapeutic reasons. Today, “incredibly personal” and “could possibly help someone else” overlap. Read about my super fun (/s) experience with macular degeneration here.
The best snacks to eat while coding are non-messy and put a smile on your face even when confronted by bugs. These are a few of my favorites.
If you’re looking for a silly distraction from the world right now, look no further than this ridiculous and semi-humiliating tale from my early-20s.
It’s official – I’m a software engineer! It’s a milestone, but it’s also just the beginning. Oh, and two old ladies got into a Hollywood nightclub somehow. Read all about it.
What does the ShaneXJeffree Conspiracy palette have to do with my journey into tech? Grab your popcorn and Diet Rootbeer, because this post is a doozy!
If you’re new to working remotely or thinking of taking the plunge, these tips will reveal the most common pitfalls you need to be aware of and what you can do to avoid falling in.
Staying organized is important if you want to be the kind of freelancer who meets deadlines and gets paid. Read this post to find out how I do it.
Believe it or not, graduation has never been a celebratory time in my life. I’m usually so weighed down by the pressure of expectations and the future I can’t appreciate the accomplishment. Was that the case at LEARN? Read this post to find out.