Month: April 2017 (page 1 of 6)
In some versions of my “Knit One, Compute One” talk, I mention the Emission Spectra scarves that Becky Stern made back in 2010. Becky’s blog post links to PDF patterns for some common elements as well as an online pattern generator, but unfortunately these are all gone now. (Link rot, how I hate you.) However, Archive.org to the rescue! Their 2015 snapshot of the post has captured the PDFs so you can still access them. Tungsten is definitely my favourite!
More photos available at Becky Stern’s Flickr photoset…
Folks, I have now given versions of this talk twenty-one times. I reckon it’s about time to retire it, yes? Thankfully, the folks at Zendesk’s Software Art Thou meetup produced a wonderful video of the version I did last month in Melbourne, which is pretty much the “canonical” long version:
If you prefer the 5-minute taster, then the one I did at TEDx Melbourne last year is still the gold standard:
- tylerfbradley: ⚪️ single
🔘 in a relationship with this picture of jeff goldblum working a food truck https://t.co/KJopILR8wG
- idomdavis: Code vs comments at #ACCUConf https://t.co/QDUoT7M9HC
- brown_note: I need to go hold some stakes.
- mattallen: Been hacking all night and I can’t sleep. It’s been years since I felt like this.
Shit is coming together fast. 💥
- marcusoftnet: My turn-up-the-good short #retrospective script. Trying it today – will report result https://t.co/SPggmI63hw
- IUinformatics: Awesome programming language analogy for knitting & being turing complete by @web_goddess – https://t.co/DkqM1gquOr https://t.co/Jg12tzIFge
- parisba: Never change, Hobart. https://t.co/W6nt48gaVR
- jedws: @travisvz @christineliuart have a look at this excellent talk on the subject by @web_goddess https://t.co/4qjFu6WUxM (in reply to travisvz)
- LareneLg: Amazing turnout at @WWCodeBrisbane learning Functional programming with @mdjnewman @eraserqueen @thoughtworks… https://t.co/dA8qanwqN9