Programming, Work From Home Friday

Work From Home Friday: Emacs Maybe?

So most of my nerdy friends have already lost their shit over emacs. I’ve avoided it with my tiny little Sublime bubble of comfort, but then more of them switched and suddenly I felt left out of the big kid pool. SO, I’m going to remedy this. So far, I’m just using the EXTREMELY AMAZING […]

Life, Programming

Engineering Block? – Having Time to Work on Your Own Projects Is a Privilege

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Confession: I haven’t touched code outside of work in weeks. I’ve spent most of my free time recharging. Snuggling cats, hanging out with friends, being a slug on the couch and binge watching tv. All of these things lately have been much more exciting to me than poking at code that isn’t work related. I’m […]

Programming, Tech Women

An Unpopular Opinion: Am I a Good Feminist?

Last week I helped out at an #ILookLikeAnEngineer event. There have been lots of write ups about the event, but I think my favorite, and not coincidentally the most critical I’ve read, was from Re/code. The last paragraph in particular sums up my mixed feelings about the event. #ILookLikeAnEngineer was a nice gathering for people with […]

Career, Programming

No News is Good News? or A Short Discourse on Pair Programming

Things have been quiet here at casa de Lindsey which is good for me, but probably not as exciting for the people who (maybe, sometimes?) read this thing. Since April I’ve been relearning why I love being a software engineer in a supportive and awesome culture at Scripted. It’s a small tight-knit team and I […]

Career

Reminder: Choose For Culture!

Lately I’ve been interacting more and more with people trying to break into the tech industry. It’s something I’m keenly aware of as a recent wall breaker myself and my general desire to mentor and champion other people to do what they want. I recently had the privilege with my co-host and awesome, awesome person Jennie to […]