Technology — Livestockcity App: Connecting Android & MS Server | The District Nerd
A.E. Hellar / Archives / Contributors / Pt. 9 / Technology

Technology — Livestockcity App: Connecting Android & MS Server | The District Nerd

“Earlier this fall, I took a remote internship working on the first Android app for an early stage start-up, LivestockCity. The mobile team consists of two Android and iOS engineers. For the moment, I am the only Android engineer.” — A.E. Hellar, The District Nerd Continue reading

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‘Capital Beer: A Heady History Of Brewing In Washington, D.C’ By Garrett Peck » The District Nerd
A.E. Hellar / Archives / Books / Contributors / Food / Pt. 8 / Reviews

‘Capital Beer: A Heady History Of Brewing In Washington, D.C’ By Garrett Peck » The District Nerd

Overall, Peck covers the dynamic and influential history of brewing in DC from the first brewery till Prohibition. He goes in depth on Robert Portner and Christopher Heinrich, national figures, that transformed the beer industry in the U.S. by setting trends in production and introducing new technology. Continue reading

Women Who Code | Inside ‘The Android Immersive’ in New York // The District Nerd
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Women Who Code | Inside ‘The Android Immersive’ in New York // The District Nerd

Caveats, confidence, diversity, apps, and friendship aside, an Immersive value can only be determined by you. The program’s goals don’t have to match your own to make it worthwhile. It won’t be easy, even classmates with a computer science background eventually felt the pain, but it will broaden your horizons and make you confident in the subject matter. Continue reading