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Find the Actual Question

Find the Actual Question

In life and in software development, what is the actual need behind what you’re doing? Are you asking the right questions?

Dad Questions

Dad Questions

As a parent, you might find yourself asking questions out loud that surprise you. Eddie shares a few of the questions that parenthood has brought up for him.

The Universe Will Align

The Universe Will Align

Instead of simply “moving on” from a relationship (or internship), try saying “the universe will align to bring us together again.”

Sun’s Out, Get Out

Sun’s Out, Get Out

In Minnesota, if you blink, you could miss the summer. Here’s a reminder to enjoy the warmth and sun while it lasts.

Don’t “Other” People

Don’t “Other” People

People can easily feel othered or excluded by simple details in web or mobile user experience. Here’s one example of how to make UX more inclusive.

Think About How You Think

Think About How You Think

Inspired by a book about how the brain works, let’s think about how we think, and take time to ignore snap judgments before coming to a quick conclusion.

Gratitude Part Deux

Gratitude Part Deux

Most people agree that being grateful is one of the keys to happiness, but the idea of living a life of gratitude is often easier said than done.

Make Yourself Accountable

Make Yourself Accountable

Having someone or something to check in and prompt you can be the difference between a new accomplishment and an intention that fizzles out. Tell a friend about a commitment you’re making, and offer to help keep others around you accountable, too.

The Importance of Open Source

The Importance of Open Source

Open source software gives us the opportunity to find community, take on new challenges, and create something that is valuable for our fellow developers.

Automate Acceptance

Automate Acceptance

Software for Good is proud to sponsor the Twin Cities Pride festival and to represent the Minnesota tech community in the parade with the theme Automate Acceptance.