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2015-08-10 14:58
My final project working at the Mozilla Foundation was teach.mozilla.org, which was the first content-based website I’ve helped create in quite some time. During the site’s devel… Read More
2014-01-27 16:41
A few years ago, I made a tool called Collusion in an attempt to better understand how websites I’d never even heard of were tracking my adventures across the Internet. The results my… Read More
2013-12-10 13:38
With the upcoming Hour of Code, there’s been a lot of confusion as to the definition of what “coding” is and why it’s useful, and I thought I’d contribute my th… Read More
2013-11-04 12:49
When will we (finally) become a colorblind society? The pursuit of colorblindness makes people impatient. With courage, we should respond: Hopefully never. — Michelle Alexander In… Read More
2013-09-06 16:01
I’ve really gotten into podcasts this summer. Normally, I find them difficult to focus my attention on, but some habits I’ve picked up recently have helped with this: I started r… Read More
2013-07-31 19:52
Sometimes a person wanders by the #badges IRC channel and asks us how to issue a badge. The response usually involves asking the user what kind of technical expertise they have; if they&rsqu&hell…Read More
2013-01-17 16:01
Many software projects enforce mandatory code reviews, even for their most senior developers. While I’ve mentioned before that code reviews can be very useful, I also think that mandat… Read More

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