Cauliflower, category theory, FizzBuzz in CSS, and more!
A snippet that I need to remember.
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.
A snippet to drop in the console that will trigger a notice in the WordPress editor (i.e. Gutenberg).
Monsters representing breadth first search, depth first search, and a stack data structure.
In this CSS implementation of FizzBuzz, we can generate beautiful patterns with math!
Fraction iterations in CSS, FizzBuzz monsters, books, more math, gardening, and knee problems again.
Inspired by some critical knowledge about icebergs, I came across a “baby idea” for how we could teach and learn programming and programming languages.
Each year, I re-learn the binary number system on my birthday.
Thoughts about math and me, systems and software, Twitter and thought leadership.
Bipartite graphs as monsters: We who are different are connected.
No commentary from me about this talk. Just watch it.
This monster is almost one year old.
So much going on! Learning graph theory, reading new books, slow work on my own book, Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit, and much more.
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.