History of Women in Computers
By Josh Marotti on 07 March 2019

I am an engineer, and I have daughters, so I am big on encouraging women in STEM and sharing my love of math and science with them. We were planning a trip to Cape Canaveral and my friend suggested I get the book “Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers who changed the World” by Rachel Ignotofsky. After finding it on Amazon, I immediately went to the index to see if I approved of the book or not. It needed to have three women in it for my approval. It did, so I bought it and the girls enjoyed reading it on the trip.

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By Tracy Boatright on 29 January 2019

Some of the best advice I’ve ever received in my professional career, came from the CEO of a large and successfully run credit union. I sought this gentleman’s advice because he had a reputation for creating a collaborative culture that attracted members and talent almost effortlessly. I wanted to know his secret and how to apply it to the way I approached and recruited individuals.

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By Jack Merideth on 25 January 2019

A button is clicked, a modal opens, and a form requests more information. A lot of information to parse, but visually, such things are easy: the button has a visual indicator of when it has been pressed: the modal grays out the site as it opens, bringing visual focus to it; and the form has a message in its space so that the context is not lost.

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By David Ramsington on 24 January 2019

Ever since Docker began to gain popularity a few years ago, it has been struggle to create containers inside containers themselves. The most widely used method of employing docker-in-docker has a troublesome quirk: you have to directly mount the docker unix socket to the building container which runs the risk of sending arbitrary commands to the host docker daemon.

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By Gary Howard on 11 January 2019

 

When your family must survive off of $2 dollars a day, it’s hard to envision the future past tomorrow. OneLife wants to change that perspective in the next generation of Haitians.

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By Shelly Valentine on 20 December 2018

Every family has holiday traditions and our Callibrity family is no different. Giving back to the community is a huge part of our company’s culture and values - we are more than code!