I've finally decided on the project I want to develop for the Dev + Twilio Hackathon: A Mood Tracking SMS application to make it easy, even in low-bandwidth or low-wifi situations, to be able to check-in on how you're feeling and see trends over time...
Michael Kennedy over at talkpython.fm and I had a good chat just talking about how we have adopted over the course of our careers to being remote, our beginnings in programming, and what we can do to support those who have never worked before adopt to this lifestyle in this time of Coronavirus.
The synopsis for the episode is so perfect that I'm going to share it here:
"Jayson Phillips is a self-proclaimed graduate of the University of Barnes and Noble. This week we talk to Jayson about working for a bootcamp, learning to code, and dig into some fun tech like flutter, Golang, and Rust."
Day 2 is here, so let's jump back into our series on setting up our Pixelbook (or any chromebook, really) for developing web services with Go.
Well, I’ve seen a few folks post their experience on using some chromebooks as a lightweight web development tool, but what about building web services in compiled languages? Let’s take our first shot at doing so with Go!