Week 23 at an Unbootcamp

Change is in the air at Learners Guild. Learners are responding creatively to institutional changes. One of my responses this week was to reach out to a software project I’ve been using, to start contributing improvements to it. I’m now experiencing the benefits that motivate masses of software developers to volunteer that way.

In California, 10,000,000 win while 60 lose rights

Two battles over the rights of 10 million Californians living in housing communities have recently ended. The right to full financial disclosure was dealt a blow for 60 Berkeley residents, but the right to assemble and speak in common spaces was made the law for all 10 million. If you are one of them and you want full financial disclosure, you have several options, all problematic.

Week 20 at an Unbootcamp

Students JavaScript and web application development at Learners Guild in Oakland begin by creating pieces of applications, and after a few weeks entire make-believe applications. After about 20 weeks, however, they may begin participating in the creation, repair, and improvement of real software that is in current use. I’m about to make that transition.

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