Reflections on Mozilla’s Whistler Work Week

Last Friday marked the end of Mozilla’s 2015 mid-year work week and I have to say, it was one of the best one’s I’ve ever attended. I’ve only attended one other workweek (Portland, December 2014), but it’s been awesome. Before I go into the details, I want to applaud Mozilla on their exceptional effort to involve community in events like this. Never in a million years would I have imagined myself sitting in meetings and attending sessions with a team at such an amazing company, and the fact that I, a 17-year-old contributor, am able to attend such events. I would also like to thank everyone involved in organizing and planning this event. It ran so smoothly, and was very enjoyable, for me at least.

Continue reading “Reflections on Mozilla’s Whistler Work Week”

Reflections on Mozilla’s Whistler Work Week – My latest development project 

Note: This project was originally called “Terminator,” however when searching for domains, Terminator was unavailable so I bought instead.

It’s been a while since I’ve actually coded something other that Mozilla -related things, but as of two days ago, I’m proud to announce my latest project: finds definitions for flashcard style words a user types into a terms file and returns the definition and the term in a nifty little definitions file.

Continue reading “ – My latest development project “ – My latest development project