22 publications total. These are references to my published works appearing outside of this blog, in reverse chronological order. You may also be interested in my technical portfolio, my presentations, and press articles about me.
- 05 Jan 2016 » 18F Blog
The third and final post of my "Turning learning up to eleven" trilogy, describing knowledge sharing initiatives that will impact government beyond product delivery.
- 04 Jan 2016 » 18F Blog
The second post of my "Turning learning up to eleven" trilogy, describing efforts to increase transparency into 18F's internal operations.
- 30 Dec 2015 »
- 15 Jun 2015 » 18F Blog
A description of 18F's ever-evolving onboarding process, co-written with Emileigh Barnes and Colin MacArthur.
- 03 Jun 2015 » 18F Blog
A description of my experience using and contributing to Bitly's oauth2_proxy, fulfilling the open source dream of reaching across organizations to give back to projects that serve our needs.
- 28 May 2015 »
- 14 May 2015 »
- 23 Dec 2014 » 18F Blog
An introduction to the 18F Hub a Jekyll-based documentation platform that aims to help development teams organize and easily share their information, and to enable easy exploration of the connections between team members, projects, and skill sets.
- 22 Dec 2014 » DigitalGov
Syndication of my original 18F blog post
- 17 Dec 2014 » 18F Blog
An introduction to the concept of snippets, with my actual snippets from the previous week as an example
- 11 Dec 2014 » 18F Blog
Introduction of my presentation of the same name, in light of my role as part of 18F.
- 01 Jul 2014 »
- 13 May 2014 »
- 12 May 2014 »
- 06 May 2014 » While My Heart Gently Bleeds
- 15 Apr 2014 » Finding More Than One Worm in the Apple
- 11 Apr 2014 » AutoTest Central
Syndication of my original Heartbleed and Heartbreak blog post on AutoTest Central
- 21 Mar 2014 »
- 16 Mar 2014 »
- 04 Mar 2014 » AutoTest Central
A brief history and description of the Google Testing Grouplet’s Small/Medium/Large test size schema; posted to AutoTest Central
- 25 Feb 2014 » AutoTest Central
An explanation of how unit testing and/or basic testable design principles might’ve prevented Apple’s recent SSL security bug, aka "goto fail", from slipping through to release, with working code; posted to AutoTest Central
- 05 Feb 2014 » AutoTest Central
A summary of how the Testing Grouplet changed Google’s testing culture from the bottom up—literally; posted to AutoTest Central