Writing Readable Styling Coding May 18, 2017
When writing styling, it can be a challenge to create styling that is readable, modular, and functional, especially if you are in the process of learning CSS, or picked it up recently. So how can you write readable styling?
Documentation & Inclusion Lightning Talk February 18, 2017
I gave a lightning talk at Chi Hack Night about documentation and inclusion, and this is a delayed follow up to that talk with links the video and the slides. In my work professionally, academically, and in the community, I have found documentation to play a pivotal role in improving the inclusiveness of a project, and this talk was a way to share some of my thoughts.
Telling Stories With Documentation October 16, 2016
I’ve found through working with other programmers that I write documentation in a pretty unconventional way. In my documentation, I try to convey a sense of progression and even sometimes a bit of a story in my documentation. So how does that look, and is it practical?
Getting Started With Jekyll Jekyll Coding Tips September 14, 2016
Working with Jekyll is a whole lot easier than dealing with tons and tons of very redundant (and not at all DRY) HTML code. However, there’s a few tricks that I’ve come up with and used to help make life easier when using Jekyll. I’ll be updating this as I keep working with Jekyll and find out new ways of doing things with it.