A long time ago in a galaxy far far away I made a post about how I had perimenopause and I started hormone replacement therapy and then I disappeared and was never seen again.
Here’s some more of that story.
When the doctor prescribed those hormones, she told me, “You’ll need to come back in four months.” And, doing the quick maths, I realized I’d be in China, so I’m just now getting back to the doctor.
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The Google Open Source Programs office is funding THIRTY places for people from under-represented groups to attend DevRelCon London 2019.
You can apply for one of those tickets here.
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You’ve arrived at a crossroads. Do you turn left or right? Just like the classic “Choose Your Own Adventure” books, in this talk, the audience will decide which path to take through the jungle of common DevRel pitfalls and labyrinths, led by their experienced tour guides: Jeremy Meiss, Mary Thengvall, and yours truly!
Kicking off DevRelCon London’s Unconference, this talk offers an opportunity for audience members to choose the topics of discussion – letting attendees and online guests guide the presentation. The topics will include a round-up of the most popular DevRel questions of the day, addressing everything from metrics to org charts to budget. The conversation will be led by a trio of DevRel professionals who have 40+ years of combined experience.
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PyCon Sweden is happening again and they want you to speak!
Thanks to the great response last year, PyCon Sweden is back AGAIN. It will be TWO full days of talks, activities and fun.
The conference is October 31st and November 1st at Munchenbryggeriet in Stockholm. If you are not based in Stockholm, it’s a great time of year to visit!
Early bird tickets are open for sale and you can get any kind of ticket at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pycon-sweden-2019-tickets-64625067316
And how super awesome is it that Shammamah Hossain will be the keynote speaker. She is a McGill University alumnus with a joint degree in physics and computer science. Since June 2018, she has been working at Plotly as the main engineer for the Dash DAQ and Dash Bio libraries.
Last but not least, PyCon Sweden now accepting proposals for talks – please submit your proposal at: https://forms.gle/Bo1VDmcikcJDf85A8
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In my very last post, A Vacation From My Vacation, I was going to do All The Things ™ and whatnot, but then I got #ForRealsies Really Real Sick.
Sometimes “tomorrow” unexpectedly punches you in the throat meat.
Here’s what I did instead of all the things.
- Called the therapist.
- Talked to the therapist.
- Worked out a path to wellness with the therapist.
- Followed the path to wellness.
- TRA LA LAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
Okay, but seriously, this is what actually happened after step three.
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