Agile: A paradigm for software development teams based on flexibility and motivated individuals As a mere 22 year old Compsci major with a single internship to map the territories of team oriented software development, I had never heard of agile until my most recent professor began to evangelize it in my projects class. Blindly, when… Continue reading Becoming Agile
This is an article on the changing state of news reporting, especially under the tensions of the new administration and how collaboration with innovators in tech might help forge a new path for journalists. ______________________________ If you’re like me, you’ve started getting annoyed (or subtly concerned) about the amount of requests for donations and subscriptions… Continue reading The Future of Data
In Hackers and Painters Paul Graham, founder of startup accelerator YCombinator argues that the entire term “Computer Science” is misleading. He immediately argues that hackers are themselves makers, much more than scientists or engineers to which I could not agree more. I can empathize with Graham a bit, who went to art school after his Philosophy degree,… Continue reading So you want to study Compsci
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