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Now

Updates: April 6 – June 16, 2021

Cauliflower, category theory, FizzBuzz in CSS, and more!

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WordPress

Gutenberg Snippet: Retrieve taxonomy terms with compose, withSelect, and getEntityRecords

A snippet that I need to remember.

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Antiracism Links Research

Race Critical Code Studies reading list from Ruha Benjamin

A reading list on critical race theory and technology that professor Ruha Benjamin recommended in an author talk. This post is a large collection of links and specific quote from the talk.

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WordPress

Trigger Gutenberg editor notices via the console

A snippet to drop in the console that will trigger a notice in the WordPress editor (i.e. Gutenberg).

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Monsters

Graph traversal monsters

Monsters representing breadth first search, depth first search, and a stack data structure.

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Web Development

The Beauty of FizzBuzz in CSS

In this CSS implementation of FizzBuzz, we can generate beautiful patterns with math!

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As of April 3, 2021

Fraction iterations in CSS, FizzBuzz monsters, books, more math, gardening, and knee problems again.

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Findings Ideas

Icebergs and teaching/learning programming

Inspired by some critical knowledge about icebergs, I came across a “baby idea” for how we could teach and learn programming and programming languages.

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Personal Updates

Today I am 100000 years old!

Each year, I re-learn the binary number system on my birthday.

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Now

As of February 26, 2021

Thoughts about math and me, systems and software, Twitter and thought leadership.

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Monsters

Graph Theory Monsters, Bipartite Graph

Bipartite graphs as monsters: We who are different are connected.

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Antiracism Links

TED Talk recommendation: The Danger of a Single Story by Chimamanda Adichie

No commentary from me about this talk. Just watch it.

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Monsters

Almost Birthday Monster

This monster is almost one year old.

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Now

As of February 7, 2021

So much going on! Learning graph theory, reading new books, slow work on my own book, Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit, and much more.

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Thoughts Web Development

Experimenting with logic in CSS selectors & thinking through the conditional

This post includes an in progress example of logical statements expressed in CSS. The conditional is tricky for me. “If P then Q” is not the same as an if/else statement.