Five lessons from open source projects that can be more broadly applied to include people in projects, teams and communities.
Improving diversity in tech won’t happen overnight and can’t start until we include everyone. Andre Arko covers five things he’s seen and experienced over the last six years of working on Bundler. Before jumping in blindly, keep in mind that they may not work for everyone. Pay attention to how tech as a field mistreats underrepresented people and actively work to fix it.
A website honoring 46 years fighting for LGBT visibility, dignity, and equality that supports the millions of people who attend the SF Pride Celebration
We built that! Using core-model methodology, responsive web design, and agile development, we collaborated with SF Pride to launch an easy-to-update site in time for its 2016 event.
While diversity gets a lot of press--in tech in general and in the Ruby community--inclusion is what we need to focus on.
At Cloud City Development, we care a lot about people--treating them humanely, helping them accomplish their goals, and working together to make the field of tech and the world a better place. Andre Arko shares five reasons why including people in tech matters and why everyone, not just marginalized or excluded people must speak up.
Not everyone has screaming fast Internet. But slow mobile connections don't have to spell doom for Angular.js app loads.
Two common annoyances -- an empty view and an API data delay -- can be avoided. Learn how to make initial page loads for your Angular on Rails apps as responsive as server-generated pages.
Eliminate the headaches of large UI or web design files in your reviews consider Sketch instead of Adobe Photoshop.
In the first of an ongoing video series, The Designer’s Toolbox Series, our designer Brendan Miller creates an artboard in both Sketch and Adobe Photoshop to show which tool generates the smallest file size.