- How Open Can a School Be?
- What really happened at PyCon 2013
- PyCon’s Code of Conduct: The Next Step
- Lightning Talk: Abolishing the traditional high school structure
- A Gittip Milestone: $100k per year in distributions
- Balloon Ninja: Wrapping Up
- Dealing with Bullying: An effective approach
- Balloon Ninja: Kittens!
- Balloon Ninja: A better scoring system
- Balloon Ninja: Start Screen and Game Over
Tag Archives: programming culture
Gittip is an important project, for many reasons. In case you are unfamiliar with it, Gittip is a modern take on the patronage system. If you like the work someone is doing, you can decide how much you want to … Continue reading
Python or Ruby? I teach high school math and science, and over the last couple years I have started to teach an Introduction to Programming class. The class is framed around general programming skills and concepts, but students learn to … Continue reading
What’s missing from the conversation about sexism in tech-related fields? Many articles have appeared recently describing examples of sexism in programming and other tech-related fields. We have read explanations of why it exists, and suggestions for what individuals can do … Continue reading