Spoiler Alert: communication is key.
I’m putting together an abstract with a couple of fellow #DevRel liaisons on how we managed to pass (and drop!) responsibility of an open source community. We’ll submit to a couple of upcoming conferences over the next year and see what happens.
Cause you never know until you try.
We’ll talk about the exact tips and tricks we used to get the knowledge WRITTEN DOWN. What’s one thing we learned from each other. What’s one thing we totally dropped the ball on – D’OH!
And a bunch of other brilliant things.
To My Fellow Collaborators,
I’m excited to live with you. And laugh with you.
To cry with you.
Continue reading “How To Pass The Torch Without Dropping All The Balls”
Okay, so I’m back at work one hundred percent which means a couple of next steps are happening within the next six to twelve months.
It’s time to apply to CFPs again.
A few in particular are kickass / relevant / on my radar / wouldn’t it be super keen to do / omgomgomg.
But, here’s my question.
Do you want to see the process?
How to choose a conference? How to write up an abstract? How to ask for feedback?
My super sekret method for WAITING FOR A RESPONSE?!?
My lucky tat?
Continue reading “So Then What’s Next?”
P is super sick today, I’m working from downstairs AGAIN because connectivity is absolute ASS at our new house, and I’m officially off of sick leave / maternity ramp up.
No big deal.
Okay, but seriously, can we take a second to celebrate that?
OMG I’M FINALLY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT AT WORK AGAIN
IT’S BEEN LITERALLY YEARS
KERMIT FLAIL!! !
Continue reading “Making It Up As I Go Along”
There have been SO MANY THINGS WRONG with this site that when I flipped over here and there was an error message I almost LOST MY MIND.
No, but seriously.
And while I would love to regale you with tales of interest and suspense and intrigue, the truth is that I reset a password to confirm it was set correctly in the first place and then waited on the phone while hosting support dude checked some things and then he tried to sell me things and then we hung up.
Continue reading “Error Establishing A Database Connection”
On the one hand, yes, of course I CODE, therefore, I must be all digital all the time, right?
But, no, I love my moleskine everything – okay, just an agenda and a notebook.
I love the feel of WRITING notes with a pen and paper and then referring to those notes on pages. And flipping through a calendar to look at upcoming appointments.
Now, pause for a second, I also LOVE writing morning pages on 750words.com and nowhere else will do.
So am I digital or analog?
Continue reading “Are You Digital Or Analog?”