Julie Cameron

Web developer, yogi, beer & wine consumer, pet lover, Beyoncé fan.

I just spoke for 18 hours over the course of 7 days.

Wow. So, last week was CodeMash – every MidWesterners favorite tech conference. Back in the fall, I submitted 4 talks to the CFP. Much to my surprise, they accepted 3 of them – an 8-hour “Precompiler” workshop, and 2 1-hour talks. Well, IMHO, I kicked ass in all three of them – especially my new […]

OOCSS & Modular CSS Lightening Talk

Last month, I was invited to give a lightening talk for our local JavaScript meetup group, SEM.js, at their 1-year anniversary celebration. They wanted to switch things up a bit, so the topics were on a wide range of things mostly unrelated to JavaScript. They asked me to discuss OOCSS. And so, in under 8 […]

RailsConf 2014 Wrap Up

This year I was fortunate enough to be able to attend RailsConf for the first time in my ~7 years of on-and-off Rails development. It was an awesome experience overall, especially because I was joined by 13 of my remote, Articulate teammates! Articulate Co-Working Space Since the conference started on Tuesday, we decided to arrange […]

CodeMash 2014 : My Conference Speaking Debut

This year’s annual Women of CodeMash photo Last week I was fortunate enough to attend my second CodeMash conference in Sandusky, Ohio at the ever entertaining Kalihari waterpark resort. It was a blast – as expected. Many old friends were seen, and even more new friends were made. Many new things were learned and shared. […]