While at CES, representing my company 12 Labs, I noticed two very clear patterns. The first: The virtual/augmented reality economy is going to be as big as the app economy, if not larger.
One of the most confusing things when you set out to learn technical skills is figuring out WHAT to learn. And nowhere is this truer than when it comes time to pick your first programming language. Ruby seems cool, PHP sounds useful, you’re not exactly sure what people do with Python and should you focus […]
Female programmers in New York City are no species of endangered bird. With organizations like Girl Develop It, Hack N’ Jill and NY Tech Meetup, this area is an incredibly welcoming environment to a woman starting down the dark path to becoming a developer. But if you’re anything like me, you’re well advanced in your […]