Here are the slides from today’s presentation at Wharton Web Conf 2013. Selecting a Web Framework from pamselle I’m scheduling this to post with the session, and I’ll write an afterburn tomorrow on the conference, but I can already say that I’m impressed by the quality of the sessions here, even before lunch!
I’m speaking soon at Wharton Web Conf and as I prepare, I’d love to get more personal experiences on how technical decisions are made, specifically about choosing frameworks. Here’s a little questionnaire below, but if you have more to say, please email me! If the form isn’t playing nicely, here’s the direct link. Loading…
I’ve had a couple of days now to digest FluentConf. It was definitely interesting, and I had a few particular favorites. I put all of my pithy notes in a Github repo if you’d like to explore them (I don’t take many notes). Someone on Twitter asked what I thought of the conference as they […]
Are there rules about referring to yourself in the third person on your own blog? Maybe? Well, whatever. Check it out here: http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/067-with-pam-selle/ Lots of talk about civic hacking and hackathons, I spiel a little about AxisPhilly, and lots of chatting about front-end development questions.
Yesterday, I spoke at the inaugural Philly Tech Breakfast. I spoke about AxisPhilly, and with special attention to what we’re doing on the news applications team (follow our tumblr!). The video was taken by my amazing friend Salas, who switched to his phone when my camera ran out of memory (*shakes fist*). Even with that, […]
You can now go see the recording(registration required) from yesterday’s Fluent Conf webcast. All the talks are great, and mine is from about minutes 60 to 90. Better yet, come join me at Fluent Conf in May and see it live! Talk description: Prototyping à la Node with Express User testing and prototyping are great […]
I’ve been starting to write more proposals, give a few more presentations, and starting on the journey of la vie publique speaker-y. A friend of mine made a resolution in 2012 to speak more, and she’s accumulated quite the scorecard now. I loved her first list that started her journey, and have meant to post […]
'Tis the season for conferences. In Philadelphia, we have a trendy saying about getting things done. But I just wanted to share an experience with submitting/rejection/conference season. Yesterday was past the deadline. This sucks, I thought. I was totally going to submit a poster, but it's past the deadline. Backstory: I went to grade school […]