The pandemic can lead us to better modes of communication, if we embrace the challenge
Jason Swett recently shared his Git aliases, and I was inspired to do the same!
On a recent Rails project, I used routing constraints to direct incoming Slack event notifications to different controllers.
I used reverse flex wrapping for the first time, and it was really convenient!
Streamlined sign-in (or up) with Slack for Rails applications
We're excited to introduce the Architecture ex Machina forum! As we seek to engage professionals from across the industry, we wanted to create a place where ideas and conversations could easily be shared.
We would like to explain how machine learning can be useful to design disciplines and to do that with more than superficial technical depth. If any given professional in the AEC industry comes away with an understanding of the abilities and limitations of machine learning, we will consider this article to be successful.
In his seminal paper, “Computing Machinery and Intelligence,” Alan Turing set out what he called The Imitation Game. This game was designed as a principled way to answer the question: “Can machines think?” When we talk about a “Turing Test for Design,” we are talking about an experimental setup in which to answer the neighboring question: “Can machines design?”
This is a reference for processes around git and GitHub issues
A recent programming exercise lead me to learn about binary and Two's Complement
I like the code in my commits to be related, but sometimes an unrelated change will slip past my guard.
When writing prose, Vim's built-in spell checker can help you out if you know how to use it
Learn how to make simple, but stylish dropdown menus with mostly CSS
A much anticipated feature has come at last
Learn how to chain HTTP requests that depend on each other using Elm tasks
A brief introduction to our team