women-in-computers-blog
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.

contentful-angular-blog
By Victor Chtelmakh on 28 November 2018

What is a CMS and why use one, the pitfalls, and an introduction to using the Contentful Headless CMS with Angular.

jam-stack-blog
By Steve Nord on 28 November 2018

I recently had the opportunity to attend JAMstack_conf in San Francisco with my team. I got to learn what JAMstack is, why JAMstack has become

24-hour-hackathon-blog
By Allen Hulley on 26 November 2018

HackCincy commenced its second annual 24-hour hackathon earlier this month. I was a part of one of 16 teams that competed for $10,000 worth of

2018-angular-mix-blog
By Doug Shannon on 01 November 2018

Angular Mix 2018 was a huge success and the most impactful conference of my development career.

10-hours-3-blog
By Mike Vezzani on 01 February 2018

Computed properties and caching for a happier you with Vue.js part 3 of 3.