Final instalment, and the profile of a Nigerian slave trader, written by his great-grand daughter, and published on the BBC.
Read more on Medium.
Yes there is outrage but…
It feels like change is coming.
And if you haven’t seen it already, please take a minute to watch this video giving 5 ways we can all work together to see racism end in our time.
Finally, something I felt compelled to write on the matter on my 4 year old, never been used Medium account!
It’s been quite a while since I last updated this blog. We’re talking practically a year and a half! I do apologise, this tardiness in updating is highly embarrassing. So sorry…. yes, really. Can I go now??
Okay, mental slap on the wrist over, I’m thrilled to share that I’ve been quiet for very good reason – I’ve been especially busy working on business development for Assenty, and contracting full-time as a software engineer!
Lots and lots has happened, there’s been much graft, prayers and tears in the background, and some really, really good developments, not least some of these:
Each year Ada Lovelace Day takes place on the second Tuesday of October and sees hundreds of volunteers around the world organising their own independent events to celebrate, promote and support girls and women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Who is Ada Lovelace? Why is she celebrated?
Here is the long overdue second installment in my Elixir/Phoenix Mix Tips series.
mix deps.unlock out_of_date_dependency
And you can also use the handy
mix deps.outdated to find out which packages require updating.
But what if you would like to clean out your
Are you a developer or maintainer of an app that uses Twitter’s incredibly useful Sign in with Twitter functionality?
Are you suddenly getting error messages similar to the one below when trying to log in?
Callback URL not approved for this client application. Approved callback URLs can be adjusted in your application settings
This blog post might be useful.
A few weeks ago, I was thrilled to take part in Afrotech Fest 2018 at Rich Mix in Shoreditch, London.
A two-day tech festival by and for black people of African and Caribbean heritage.
it was a rather different tech conference experience, and I absolutely loved it!