My name is Jenna. I am a web developer, business owner, photographer, Co-founder of Hack the Gap, Minne* Board Member, Rails mentor for Thinkful, speaker, skier, traveler, lover of all things MN, shoe lover, wannabe yogi, migraineur, and all-around awesome person (but laced with a little sarcasm on a quite regular basis).
This is what I write about.
Thanks for listening!
I’ve owned my house for ten years. For the first seven, I played the role of homeowner, sprucing up the place, gardening, home improvements, knocking down walls. All of it. It took an additional two years to admit to myself that I hated owning a home and that I’m not the fixer upper type person like the rest of my immediate family members. It took me (and my helpers) another eleven months, many tears, bruises, splinters, more tears …
- My Decluttering Journey Read more
Alternative title: Finding My People As I chat with new startup founders and budding entrepreneurs, especially those who are not of technical backgrounds, I find that they are quick to ask "hey i have this idea. want to be my developer?" or "hey i'm looking for a technical co-founder. interested?". I've said it before and I'll say it again: finding a technical co-founder, and even hiring a technical someone, requires building a relationship with them first. And I'm not the …
- Finding a Technical Co-Founder: An Intro to Networking Read more