What can Rosa Luxemburg and Marxist principles teach technologists about how to make change?
generating diverse names in Snowfakery
Exploring how to generate synthetic data that satisfy our demands for race and gender equity
[roundup] extreme collaboration, tdaa edition
I am pushing past my limits with collaborations! Check in with some of the projects I'm up to, and why they are so special.
exploring salesforce PMM for foundations
I lay out a data model for how foundations can measure their impact on nonprofit capacity building by using PMM in addition to their chosen grantmaking datamodel.
NEW VIDEOS | practicing cognitive flexibility with my bestie
A retrospective on the Emily and Samantha collab + Emily and Samantha tackle cognitive flexibility!
weaving some loose ends + hang out with me at #NTC22
Report back from weaving school! Plus, my most anticipated sessions from NTC22!
where does open source technology fit in the solidarity economy?
some expository writing to compare and contract the solidarity economy framework and the open source framework. I think they fit within each other nicely but are typically not described as part of the same movement(s). At the end, some reasons why
prepping synagogue data – and – introducing Jenks natural breaks!
What is the best way to divide fundraising totals into categories and create charts and graphs? Enter, Jenks Natural Breaks and some spreadsheet magic!
How to make Validation Rules into *Validating* Rules
The database world is replete with options for "validating" data, but there is a huge missing link in our field, which for me boils down to VALIDATING HUMANS.