Take a look at what's been Creating Zeal this week:
In this episode, host Adam Cuppy explores overcoming social anxiety with web developer and programmer Liz Crane.
Liz opens up about her social anxiety and how a personal tragedy pushed her to develop courageous habits that eventually led her to start a meetup group in L.A., Learn Teach Code, which encourages people to create value for others, regardless of their level of expertise.
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Throughout the season, we’ll be talking about personal growth in the lesser-known edges of software. Fun stuff like unique uses of tech in production, DevRel, product management, and so much more Zeal goodness.
In this video, Amy builds a component that toggles on and off when clicked. She walks through the HTML (JSX) and CSS and even explains ways to make the component more flexible and reusable.
🤔 Zeal Interestings
A collection of cool stuff the Zeal team found interesting this week.
This was a great talk on writing comments with your code. Our favorite takeaway: "Clean code is self documenting" is a lie. Code can describe how, but it cannot explain why.
Artist Neil Harbisson was born completely color blind, but these days a device attached to his head turns color into audible frequencies. Instead of seeing a world in grayscale, Harbisson can hear a symphony of color -- and yes, even listen to faces and paintings.
A wearable for kids on the autism spectrum provides behavioral therapy via augmented reality.