1. Is there hope for Neumorphism?

    Poor implementations of Neumorphism may be unusable for people with visual impairments, but by following some of these guidelines, it’s possible to avoid those pitfalls.

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  2. MLK Day Workshop with 5 Hopeworks Trainees

    This MLK Day, we hosted a workshop with trainees from Hopeworks in Camden.

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  3. Product Pivots to Watch in 2020

    How three Philly startups are pivoting their product strategy with an eye towards greater adoption.

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  4. How Much Does It Cost To Build An App?

    When I ask my realtor, “how much does it cost to buy a house around here?” They’ll tell me, “it depends.”

    That’s not what I want to hear. Sigh. But they’re not wrong.

    When you ask me, “How much does it cost to build an app?” I want to channel my...

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  5. 3 Cautionary Tales of App Development

    Some cautionary tales to help you avoid some common pitfalls and instead, choose a build process that emphasizes quality early on.

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  6. Being a Woman in Tech

    Being a woman in tech can be isolating. It can be hard to feel like you belong when you’re often the only woman in the room.

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  7. Leigh Passamano reflects on her time as PromptWorks' Second Apprentice

    Six months after finishing her apprenticeship, Leigh Passamano reflects on her experience.

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  8. Faster Unit Testing in a Legacy JRuby on Rails App

    Unit testing in legacy JRuby apps is a pain. Here's a fun and informative workaround to make testing a little smoother.

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  9. Getting Started in Open Source Software

    General guidelines that anyone can follow to make a meaningful contribution to open source software.

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  10. A quick recap of Strange Loop 2017

    Sarah gives you a heads up about her favorite talks from Strange Loop 2017

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