Yesterday, I gave a talk at Monitorama PDX paralleling “CatOps” (cat operations) and serverless devops (or appops, if you prefer). I might write this out a bit longer eventually, but for now, sharing the slides!
This past Saturday, Sarah Gray and I organized the Philly edition of the first Global Diversity CFP Day. Sharing some post-event thoughts. #gdcfpday is underway in #Philly! pic.twitter.com/yblxBAS7l8 — Pam Selle (@pamasaur) February 3, 2018 Why do it? It’s not something I oft say publicly, but I don’t frequently do “diversity work” anymore. For years, […]
Last week (the first double digit week!) was shorter because of my trip to speak at NorfolkJS, but I’ve enjoyed looking into the silent dance party app idea, detours into programming for fun, and resident Mark Dominus did some awesome talks! Monday I made a basic file list view in the app, so that you […]
How many times have you heard “Networking is the best way to find a job,” or “It’s all about who you know.” I contend that it helps a hell of a lot if people know you, or feel like they do, and my favorite way to do that is to have an outward facing presence […]
Tuesday last week, I was asked if I’d step up to take Comcast’s spot in some lightning talks for Philly Tech Week’s Dev Day, and talk about a technical challenge I solved [nb: this was solved of course with the help of one Trevor Lalish-Menagh, and I learned more about Rack last week!]. I gave […]
Wherever you are at in your career, you might ask yourself “should I speak at conferences?” If you listen to PyCon’s call for proposals (known as a CFP), you’ll see “You. Your friends. Your friends’ friends.” under “Who Should Submit a Proposal.” If you’re looking for more evidence or a shove to say “it’s time to go […]
The video from my talk at JSConf EU is online. I’m a little spastic in it, but people have said they like it (maybe give me a thumbs up on there? apparently there are some haters who thumbs down. wth people?). Thank you JSConf EU for having me and bringing me to Berlin, thanks to […]