David VanDusen is a software developer who is building web applications. This website contains articles about the outcomes of his learning, technological and otherwise.
List of articles
Break the Ice with Your New Remote Teammates
A tool for bridging the remote work socialization gap.
<noscript>for the Wicked: I’m Not Buying If I Don’t Know What You’re Selling
Thoughts on my collection of
Read to the End
The information at the ends of docs is disproportionately useful.
The Best Mentorship Advice I Can Give: Look Out The Window
Become a better mentor instantly with this one weird trick!
Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action: Learnings
How the Calls to Action gave me direction for learning about the issues facing the Indigenous peoples of Canada.
57 Books That Informed The Way I Approach Software Development
A retrospective on the books that guided my career in development.
Learn Software Development By Reading Books
Why I think reading books has been key to my professional growth.
A Tool For Spontaneous Public Speaking
Here’s a tool I made to improve unpremeditated presentations.
Writing Systems and Inclusivity
Learning writing systems helps me think more inclusively.
Tech Mentorship Starts With a Mental Model
Describing a technique for mentorship that builds confidence.
Word Processor That Works Like Pen and Paper
Can an indelible word processor help develop better writing habits?