10 years is enough time to really be in a city. Perhaps enough time to just hit your stride and find your place, to make really good friends and contribute to the community. It's also about the time when you start getting the itch.
As November comes to a close, Creative Soapbox is now a fully-distributed team. Last Friday we packed-up our office, closed the door, and returned the keys for the space we called “home” for almost 10 years.
PDF of slide deck from Boise Code Camp presentation.
Kelly doing a presentation to a full room on Fabric.js at Boise Code Camp!
Learning how to circuit bend at #hackfort session with Tristan Andreas.
Soapboxer Kelly Packer will present a talk about Fabric.js at Boise Code Camp. Mark your calendars for April 5th. Read more about the session here: http://lanyrd.com/2014/bcc2014/scxmqz/
Learn about Boise Code Camp here: http://boisecodecamp.com/ (it's free!)
Meet the Intern. Chris. Chris knows how to kill it his first week at the Soapbox.
Nice, quick Apple tip: opt+shift+vol± for 1/4 increments. Works on brightness too!
I started this in December. I love telling the story of each day in 1 second. It's already been fun to look back on the last month.
Our client, Pearson ERPI, attended an educational trade show last week in Quebec, the Association quebecoise des enseignantes et des enseignants du primaire (l'AQEP). They showcased, among other things, an application that we have been working on for a year. Watch some videos of the application in action!
Thankful we are a place that does value creativity.
A nicely done example of storytelling that happens to use technology.
Potluck Thanksgiving feast! Sorry for missing your head Patty.
Learning to weld is like learning to code: you can see the possibilities.