A local Minecraft server is one running on the same computer on which you’re playing Minecraft. I do not support setting up a local server during live workshops as it has too many possible ways to go wrong (due to Continue reading Installing a Local Minecraft Server for Modding with Scriptcraft
Getting near the end here, just three lessons left. Lesson 11: HTTP FileServer Obviously, we could have read the file into memory, converted it to a string, and passed it back out, but with the fs.createReadStream() method, we can just Continue reading Making Code Stick: Day 6
Back after a weekend, I reviewed day 4 to reorient myself. Now I’m on the Juggling Async lesson, which is where I think I stopped the last time I didn’t complete learnyounode. Lesson 9: Juggling Async I made the same Continue reading Making Code Stick: Day 5
Recently announced I’ll be running an Hour of Code session in the morning on CSS Day at CascadiaJS as part of the “Significant Other” track (for families of conference participants). Then I’ll be presenting on teaching JS using Minecraft modding Continue reading I’m Going to OSCON & CascadiaJS
Lots of books, articles, and secret systems will tell you how to gain followers on Twitter, but I’m going to tell you a secret you might not have heard. You’ve heard how something is a “dime a dozen,” right? Twitter Continue reading How to Fake Friends and Appear to Influence People
THE PREMISE Recently I read a Bay Area recruiter saying that recruiting for developers down there was “like a knife fight.” I decided to chum the waters and put my resume online with four major hiring websites simply to see Continue reading “Urgent Requirement”: My Resume’s Week on Monster, CareerBuilder, Dice, and Simply Hired
My guest blog on why I teach kids to code is now online over at the WTIA website.
“In all the talk about the world-shaking things people do with code, sometimes we forget that whole “I needed a computer to do something for me and I was able to make it do it” part…” Continue reading Guest Blog for WTIA: Why Teach Kids to Code?
You’re using LinkedIn’s website, you see an update in your news feed, intend to come back to it later, but later it’s gone. If you remember who posted it, you can pull up the person’s profile, but the profile will Continue reading Viewing Someone’s Previous LinkedIn Posts