In about 10 minutes with an iPhone, a Cardboard, and a bit of Photoshopping.
I am slowly preparing to leave the Apple ecosystem, stating with my MacBook Pro.
I randomly bumped into Zappa and the world of serverless Python. And I loved it.
Every week or so, I see a new robotic system pop up in my social feed. I do a bit of research and digging around and move on to other things.
I finally decided to start writing about these robots, here, on my blog.
Two of these robots rely on the idea that users will […]
I’ve been actively learning Python for almost a year and—as obvious as it sounds—one important aspect of learning is practicing!
Here are my three favorite online resources for practicing Python.
I needed a web framework for Python and I picked Flask. Here’s why I’m happy about it.
If you’ve ever opened Vim, a Linux text editor, you might have wondered: “What is this and how do I get out of here?!” Me too.
As I’m building new skills and learning about emerging technologies, I have focused on improving my reading. Here are a few thoughts and strategies I’ve been using.
I have a couple of posts in the works, but I’d still like to post some things here. So I decided to start video recap posts.
These are videos I’ve watched over the past couple of weeks (some are recent; others are not).
Origami-inspired artificial muscles
“Researchers at the Wyss Institute, Harvard SEAS, and MIT […]
Jessica Outlaw is a VR/AR experience researcher and founder of Data Driven LLC. She kindly answered a few questions about her report on women in social VR.