Alternative Title: So Long Farewell Auf Wiedersehen Goodbye
Just in case you don’t know the reference because you haven’t seen The Sound of Music or don’t remember the iconic scene where the von Trapp kids sing their way out of a party in joy or out of a scary situation in stress, here’s the happier bit:
Also, if you haven’t seen the movie, I highly recommend the whole thing – simply brilliant. I’m normally a sci fi person myself, but it’s just SO iconic and there are just SO MANY beautiful scenes and songs.
Outreachy is looking for open source communities to provide mentors for their internship program. Community members should sign up to participate by February 18.
If you know of open source communities who could provide mentors and funding for at least one intern ($6,500 USD), please forward this email to them.
Applicants – I know you’re curious about the schedule for the May to August internships. The TLDR; is that initial applications will open on Jan 20, and are due by Feb 25. The schedule is available at https://www.outreachy.org/apply/project-selection/.
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.