I have moved to toot.cafe: @sajith.
Shout out to the Stanford Online Accessibility Program website. It's the most coherent resource I've found that really explains all sorts of context around accessible websites. Not just "here are some tools" but "here is how to think critically about your users and make a site that works for everyone".
General intro: https://soap.stanford.edu/getting-started
List of articles on many different web accessibility topics: https://soap.stanford.edu/tips-and-tools/tips
Just 4 more days to help us meet our challenge grant and to have your financial support for our work to build a diverse, community-driven, free software future be doubled -- we are so close, thanks everyone! https://sfconservancy.org/supporter/
I’m a generalist with 15 years professional experience and engineering/computer science degrees. Full-stack Ruby, ReasonML most recently with a fair bit of Rust on the side.
Looking for a role in Melbourne AU or remote friendly. Would love to work a bit lower down the stack, systems level, embedded, OS, networking for example. Want to work for a business that values quality and correctness, not just deadlines and piling on technical debt.
Pls boost for reach 🙏
This year Conservancy brought in seven new member projects—four that help free software developers write more great free software and three that help introduce new people to free software. Help us keep growing in 2019! https://sfconservancy.org/news/2018/nov/20/90k-donation-match/
I wrote down this list of books I read last year.
Cal Newport is asking us to join analog social media
FWIW did you know that signup for our next #MirageOS retreat is possible? If you're interested in MirageOS and spending a week with ~30 people who're keen on getting MirageOS into production, sign up http://retreat.mirage.io/ -- there's no upfront experience and knowledge required, but we expect you to be interested in discussing/programming/designing/learning about MirageOS and #OCaml -- March 6th - 13th, Marrakesh, Morocco 🐪 ☀️
Okay I posted an attempt at a comprehensible readme, so check out my new parsing library: https://github.com/jameysharp/weighted-regexp-rs
On the affects of shit-talking projects people work on