This Saturday (February 28th) I will be speaking at the 2nd Annual WordCamp Lancaster. I had an absolute blast last year, so I’m really looking forward to this one. It’s being held at Intermediate Unit 13 and there are still some tickets left, so if you can come I strongly recommend it!
Mark your Calendars! I’m happy to announce The NEPA Hackathon is back for 2015 and it will be better than last year. We are still in the early planning stages, but we have a new location, more folks involved, and maybe even a few prizes! Keep at eye out here or on the Twitter account, @nepahackathon for more information.
Date/Time: May 9th, 2015 from 10am – 3pm
If you’re interested in getting involved (attending, volunteering, sponsoring), get in touch here.
I went to Catholic school my entire life, from Pre-K all the way up to when I got my Master’s Degree. While I haven’t always been the best at practicing my religion, something I have always done was adhere to the activities surrounding Lent: no meat on Fridays, and to ‘give something up’. The real reasoning behind giving something up is to have you do something that will ultimately make you a better person, hopefully in some long-lasting fashion. That’s why this year I wanted to do something different, and why I created a new website: 40 Days of Help.
I’ve been sharing a lot of links and such lately so I figured I’d try one of these Scrapple posts that Colin introduced me to. Here we go!
I’m trying to sell my Google Glass for $600. That’s less than 1/2 the price. So far, there have been no bites. However, a 3 pack of notebooks went for $950 on eBay. Original price? $10. Supply & Demand man. It’s crazy.
I have 4 side projects I want to work on between now and June. I’ve made a timeline/matrix thingy. I will post more about that later, but it’s the first time I’m trying it.