Creating an Accordion with Contextual Components in Ember

Creating an Accordion with Contextual Components in Ember

A simple start I was recently working on a UI element that worked a lot like an accordion. What, you may ask, is an accordion in my eyes? The user sees a list of items. Items can be expanded to show details or collapsed to show less information. Only one item can be...
After the estimate

After the estimate

Getting started Lately when I’ve been working, I’ve become much more deliberate with fleshing out details and requirements before starting work on a new card. Maybe it’s because the recent work I’ve done has needed more thought than typical....
Come see CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap with us!

Come see CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap with us!

We have far too few women in computer science. We know why we need more women. We know that too few are pursuing computer science in school. And we know that even those who do enter the workforce, disproportionally leave. In an effort to work towards a solution,...
Why You Should Do Software Estimates

Why You Should Do Software Estimates

“It takes too much time.” “They’re not useful.” “They’ll be wrong.” Estimates are not going to be perfect, but that does not mean that it’s pointless to estimate tasks in a software project. Estimating not only...
Be a Lifelong Learner

Be a Lifelong Learner

Last Christmas, Mutually Human gave out presents to all the employees which now ranks in the top 3 gifts I’ve ever received, only trumped by a Caramel Apple from my husband and a box of special dental floss from my parents. That probably doesn’t help the credibility...