Two days ago the U.S. House passed a bill making it harder to enforce disability rights. Is that an attack on the accessibility of the web, too? Unlike some, I think it is, but it could make web accessibility stronger.
About to finish a retraining program in web development, I’m not partaking in job-seeking anxiety or rehearsals aimed at boosting interview-taking prowess. One of my strategies is to get good enough at a specialty to be useful, and then offer to help. The rest will follow naturally. Or will it?
I may have discovered the thing that most makes me enjoy being a Learner at Learners Guild: It allows me to be a shameless perfectionist. I can “refactor” ad nauseam, and nobody complains.