This past weekend I was the officiant at a friend’s wedding. Here’s a practice take.
Thinking about the problem domain, Trevor, Sebastian, and I decided to abstract away the complexity. The problem (as I understood it then) can be explained thusly: Students need a way to follow a list of scheduled tasks throughout the day, to assist them in performing daily activities. These tasks can be broken into more detailed […]
As the MECA staff were describing the application, I didn’t have a clear sense of how beneficial our work would be. To illustrate how our application would help people, they showed us a video of a student going to a gym. In the first clip, the student has trouble following directions and signage about the […]
Dani led us into a different conference room from the main room that most of the other conference attendees stayed in the entire weekend. We met MECA members Gloria, Kaori, and Avi who teach autistic individuals how to function independently. They discussed some of their current work and successes, including the Preparing Adolescents for Adult […]
Last weekend, Lisa and I took off Friday to attend Philly Give Camp. The Camp-type unconference is held to provide technical expertise and work to nonprofit groups. I first heard about the event through coworkers at Wharton, and I decided to sign up. I told some friends about it, and got Kosal and an ex-coworker […]
Yesterday night, we celebrated the birthdays of Sun, Tuan, and Wen. Wish them a happy birthday if you happen to see them. The RD’s presented Tuan with a set of Magic: The Gathering cards, specially made to commemorate our good times, and great friends. You can view samples of these at: //www.flickr.com/photos/79298864@N00/sets/1602605/show/with/74673757/. Yoyos, Check this […]