If there is any major news story in recent times that lends itself to having an extreme amount of takes, angles, and approach vectors, that story probably would be the Panama Papers. Although it was never the ground-breaking, firestorm-inducing bombshell that many people thought it could be when the news first broke, the grand scale […]
Everyone has someone that they look up to. For some of us, the people whose paths we try to follow are family members or people we’ve known for our entire lives. Other people have role models who they might never meet, or who lived so long ago that they could never meet. I think that […]
This past weekend I attended Spartahack 2017, a hackathon at Michigan State University. I’ll probably talk more about what I did there in a different post, but one thing that really struck me was the sheer amount of data that was being accessed via APIs and analyzed in a variety of ways. From comparing calculated […]
Squiggly lines, interpreting data, and stupid podcasts that don’t fit nicely into categories.