I’d like to introduce the 13 students that are being mentored by Mozilla this year as part of Google Summer of Code 2016! Currently the “community bonding” period is ongoing, but we are on the cusp of the “coding period” starting.
As part of Google Summer of Code (GSoC …read more →
Yesterday, Stephen DiCato and I gave a talk for Boston Python titled: Twisted async networking framework. It was an introduction to intermediate level talk about using the Twisted networking framework based on our experiences at Percipient Networks.
Last month (Oct. 15th to Oct. 18th, to be precise), twenty volunteers descended on Mozilla’s Toronto office to discuss Mozilla Thunderbird. This included Mozilla employees, Thunderbird contributors of all sorts (developers, user interface designers, add-on reviewers), Lightning contributors, and chat/Instantbird contributors.
It was great to spend some quality …read more →
No, this is not about being late places, it’s about respecting people’s time. I won’t go deep into why this is important as, Michael Haggerty wrote an awesome article on this. His thoughts boiled down to a single line of advice:
DON’T WASTE OTHER PEOPLE’S …read more →