Month: March 2018

  • A letter to David Hogg: You are better than college

    Photo courtesy of ABC News David, First, I want to extend my sympathy for you and your friends at Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS and Parkland. No one should have to go through something like that, let alone be thrown into the public spotlight and questioned and mocked by people who disagree with you. You are a […]

  • How to Get Your GitHub Profile Ready For Job Applications

    If you are going out for a development job or any sort of technical job, especially if you don’t have a lot of professional experience in the field, the best thing you can do is put some of your work on display. GitHub is the most popular place to do that. Here are the guidelines we give our technically skilled participants at Praxis for getting their GitHub accounts ready for their apprenticeship applications and interviews.

    How to Get Your GitHub Profile Ready For Job Applications
  • How to Get Work Done: A Primer

    Here are the three pillars of getting work done. If you are having trouble with staying on top of your work, chances are that it comes back to one of these three main areas. This is common advice for our participants as they complete their challenging apprenticeships at growing startups.

    How to Get Work Done: A Primer
  • Three Recent Participant Projects I Love

    We have a big focus on projects (learning by doing!) at Praxis. Here are three recent participant projects I love and what the projects signaled.

    Three Recent Participant Projects I Love