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StackWorld 2016 Reflection

July 2, 2016
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“Hmm. The email said that I should wear black blazer and black pants when I volunteer. It’s like I am going to an interview anyway.” I joked with my sister – but then, I was going to volunteer at the StackWorld Hiring Mixer, so it is pretty much like going to an interview. In fact, … Continue reading “StackWorld 2016 Reflection”


Elm Workshop: Day Two

June 28, 2016
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Day Two! Richard start off with some Q&A, and we got some site recommendation when someone asked about learning tools. Although it was only a day (albeit an 8 hour day…), I got enough info that I can imagine applying it to one of my idea for a side project, but I definitely need some … Continue reading “Elm Workshop: Day Two”


Elm Workshop: Day One

June 26, 2016
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Braving the Pride Weekend commuter traffic, I just attended day one of Elm Workshop, presented by Richard Feldman from NoRedInk, hosted by Women Who Code, and located at Pivotal Lab (yep, a lot of people went into this). Learning a functional programming language for the first time is a truly fascinating experience, especially if one … Continue reading “Elm Workshop: Day One”


Errata for Getting MEAN with Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node

June 6, 2016
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Now that I have completed my CCSF courses, I have decided to learn the MEAN stack between my job hunts. I have found Getting MEAN with Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node by Simon Holmes to be quite excellent so far. However, it is from 2014, and it is not unusual for tech books to have … Continue reading “Errata for Getting MEAN with Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node”


Reflection of DeveloperWeek Hackathon 2016

February 18, 2016
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I haven’t took the Muni for a while. I totally underestimated the time, missed a bus, and ended up way too late. Not a good start. By the time I was there, there is only about 10 minute before the main stage kickoff starts – wait, I mean I was late for breakfast. What? Breakfast … Continue reading “Reflection of DeveloperWeek Hackathon 2016”