Calendar Tetris is an antipattern

It's time that we took back our work day from our calendars and Calendar Tetris is the first thing that has got to go. Calendars are a tool and like every tool they should be used appropriately. What is "Calendar Tetris"? Does your calendar look like a Jackson Pollack painting?… Read more »

When to pair program

This post is another one brought to you by the good people at InRhythm. If you're an engineer that likes writing and building strong, happy culture focused on learning and growth you should apply! I like working with smart, passionate people :). Lots of companies embrace pair programming as a way… Read more »

Frameworkless JavaScript Part 2: Templates and Rendering

This article is one in a series about writing client-focused JavaScript without the help of libraries and frameworks. It's meant to help developers remember that they can write good code on their own using nothing but native APIs and methods. For more, check out the original article on writing small… Read more »

Empire Node 2016

Yesterday I had the good fortune to attend Empire Node at The National Museum of the American Indian, courtesy of InRhythm. A good time was had by all and we got to see some great talks! There was programmable music, smart ways to get into code style linting and, of… Read more »