One of the highlights of getting involved in the Python community has been the enthusiasm and sheer joy in the room at gatherings. While I was looking forward to PyOhio, a free conference held in Columbus last week, I did not know what to expect. Would the talks be over my head? How crowded or … Continue reading PyOhio 2018
In chapter 2 of the book How People Learn, the authors outline six key principles that differentiate experts from novices. Studying experts will not inherently make you an expert in your field, but it can help you frame self-improvement in ways that make your efforts more meaningful. Though these six principles must be integrated and … Continue reading Adaptive Expertise
#allin216: Machine Learning
"It is what you learn after you know it all that counts." ~John Wooden A brief runthrough of recent developments in my addiction to learning, progressive technology, and professional development.
Study Groups for Grown-Ups
Public tech meetups are my new social outlet while I recover from prolonged ankle injury and balance several heavy workloads.
Reflections on my first hackathon.