« Scott Nonnenberg

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Breaking other servers with Node.js 2016 Nov 01

If Node.js is good at anything, it’s efficient use of local resources in the face of substantial parallelization. It’s easy to write a Node.js program which has many, many different things going on... Read more »

From tech person to people person 2016 May 17

I’ve been on both sides: made fun of as a geeky computer enthusiast, and derided as useless project management overhead. Both sides of the technical divide are frustrated and unhappy. How to bridge... Read more »

Contract: React Training 2016 Apr 26

In March I didn’t just give a talk at the Seattle React.js Meetup. I also had a contract to design and present a 10-hour training on React.js, Redux, and React-Router. After last fall’s Social... Read more »

Static site generation with Gatsby.js 2016 Apr 19

I’ve been on the web for a long time. I was hand-editing HTML with Notepad all the way back in 1997, uploading to jps.net or Geocities via FTP with my parents’ 14.4 kbit/s modem. So I have a lot of... Read more »

Contract: Teaching! 2015 Oct 09

If you’re a frequent visitor at scottnonnenberg.com (and of course you should be), you may have noticed an unusual entry on the work page: the Social Security Administration (SSA). Yes, I recently... Read more »

It's me!
Hi, I'm Scott. I've written both server and client code in many languages for many employers and clients. I've also got a bit of an unusual perspective, since I've spent time in roles outside the pure 'software developer.'