10 Lessons from Teaching Newbie Programmers iOS

This past August, I volunteered to teach a group of beginner programmers iOS in Denver through Bridge Troll, an organization that provides free programming classes to women and underrepresented groups. I was glad to finally do what I had promised to do earlier in the year as a way to give back to women in tech through teaching iOS. (Speaking of giving back, I also have been mentoring a college woman studying STEM – go Stephanie, you rock! But that’s for another blog post. 🙂 )

I learned some things from teaching that iOS Bridge workshop that day, which I am happy to share here! Continue reading

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3 Reasons I’m Giving Back to Women In Tech in 2017

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I originally planned to title this post “3 BIG Ways that WWC Helped My Career in 2016” to highlight all the ways that Women Who Code have helped me. But I wanted to speak in a larger sense of the struggles of women in technology and how I want to help, hence the current title. I’m still sending lots of love to WWC throughout this article though! 🙂 Continue reading

6 Ways Being a Titanium Dev is Like Being a Native Mobile Dev

It’s 2016, and Titanium has come a long way. Recently, Appcelerator, the company that makes Titanium, has just been acquired by Axway. Titanium has become one of the best, most comprehensive, native cross platform mobile technologies out there, with perhaps only React-Native catching up very quickly. Even so, there are still many misconceptions about Titanium that exist today — misconceptions that keep developers and companies from fully utilizing Titanium’s power. But wait, there’s more…

infoGuide Launches GTO Guide App

My product company, infoGuide Apps, has launched the first mobile app in our series of classic car apps – “Classic GTO Guide powered by infoGuide”. It’s available for download on the App Store and Google Play, and of course, it was built on the Appcelerator Titanium platform. It’s free and if you like it, please support our business by writing a review. 🙂

Below is a re-blog of the post, which appeared originally on the infoGuide Apps website. But wait, there’s more…