Nevertheless, Mohawk Coded

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I continued to code in 2019 because...

I'm an activist, and I think leveraging technology is critical in being able to organize and do outreach.

I deserve credit for...

Hopefully inspiring others to code/be a technologist, and helping those pursuing it to be successful. Offering low-cost to pro bono services to influential individuals or non-profits with causes I support in my free time.

I hope to see my tech community...

Be more inclusive--actually inclusive, and not just ticking off checkboxes for diversity and hiring vulnerable people into toxic work environments. Sensitivity training or whatever it takes--invest in it.

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Classic DEV Post from Feb 19

Why being a good programmer barely requires programming at all.

Yes, you read that right. To be a good programmer you don’t need to be good at programming. I hear what you’re saying, that makes no sense! Well hold on a second, hear me out.