It was March, and I was on my way up to NYC to interview for the Software Engineering position at Jewelbots. I was using the UX mocks Sara gave me to build a front end for the app to show that I could (come to think of it, I don’t know why I did that). […]
I’ve been neglecting writing this blog post for a while now, and in a few paragraphs, you’ll see why. In June, I pitched Jewelbots At MAVA’s TechBuzz event. It was a wonderful event, with exposure to investors and the NoVA tech community. I didn’t talk much about it at the time, and I didn’t blog […]
Webstorm is pretty good for Angular Development (I only have a few qualms); but one behavior that’s annoying is that it searches all folders in a directory when looking for usages. For instance, in the Jewelbots App repo if I search for files named controllers.js, I get both app\ references and www\ references: But in […]
A little over four months ago now, I joined Jewelbots. I also wrote a retrospective on the first four months. When I first joined Jewelbots, Sara mentioned that they’d either cover me working from home (pay for internet) or they’d cover me working from a co-working space. Since I’d had mixed results with Working From Home […]
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