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Dino-Coding

I need to preface this to say that this isn’t one of those technically enlightening Medium or Hacker Noon articles. It’s not even an unnecessarily controversial hot take that garners status raising attention. It’s a reckoning of software development culture shock, and encouragement for those of you scoping out the career landscape. I’m just a…

On Being Creative and Making a Living

Inside: I’m a bad creative community member; Creating for free; Fame and fortune; Why I don’t want to do weddings; InstaRant I am the world’s worst businessman. Did I break a social contract the other day? jazzTruth: Minimum Wage http://jazztruth.blogspot.com/2013/10/minimum-wage.html Slaves of the Internet, Unite! http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/27/opinion/sunday/slaves-of-the-internet-unite.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 And yet another! Wow. This sounds horrible. http://dcist.com/2013/08/metro_performers_arent_showing_up_t.php I…

What D’you Know About the New-ness?

work Today is the first day of my second week at the new job in Arlington. It’s good stuff.  It’s my usual web designer/developer role.  It’s a pleasure to be able to get my hands dirty with design.  It’s been too long.  There are some really interesting design projects to tackle.  Lots of them, actually.   …

UX Disciplines

Here’s an interesting and useful blog entry. The image below is from that blog.  Pardon the gigantitude of the image I grabbed. User Experience contains a broad spectrum of disciplines.  It applies to designing the interior of a car, the controls for a microwave, a hand held gaming system or  an online web application to…