Yesterday I took a day off and that’s just fine cause #whynot but today I was back on. And not only was I back on, but it was Father’s Day today and so a couple of weeks ago I picked out a present “from the twins” and went shopping with PROS.alpha and today *GASP* let him sleep in as late as he liked.
Which was eight.
Cause we’re used to getting up at six or five or four.
Makes you want to have a couple of kids of your own, doesn’t it just.
Continue reading “Do I Hear TWO?!?”
Grab your spoons, people, the first milestone of OpenStack Rocky has come and gone which can mean only one thing!
RDO Test Days!
RDO is a community of people using and deploying OpenStack on CentOS, Fedora, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. At each OpenStack development cycle milestone, the RDO community holds test days to invite people to install, deploy and configure a cloud using RDO and report feedback. This helps us find issues in packaging, documentation, installation and more but also, where appropriate, to collaborate with the upstream OpenStack projects to file and resolve bugs found throughout the event.
In order to participate, though, people needed to:
- Have hardware available to install and deploy on
- Be reasonably knowledgeable / familiar with OpenStack
- Have the time to go through an end-to-end installation, test it and provide feedback
SAY NO MORE! In an attempt to eliminate these barriers, we’re continuing the experiment started last year by providing a ready to use cloud environment. This cloud will be deployed with the help of Kolla: https://github.com/openstack/kolla and Kolla-Ansible: https://github.com/openstack/kolla-ansible which will install a containerized OpenStack cloud with the help of Ansible and Docker.
Continue reading “Rocky Road Ice Cream, People, The Best Ice Cream Obviously”
I have thought about some books I’d ACTUALLY like to write, as opposed to, say, NOT.
In no particular order:
– project do: goal achievement because SCIENCE
social psychology research for goal achievement; applying it to a goal achievement method. invent or better define a method.
Continue reading “I Would Buy It”
hrm… or maybe i should just write a book on my own.
but something that i’m willing to write a whole hell of a lot about. and also speak a whole hell of a lot about. being a woman in tech. just another unicorn. a call to arms. a call to horns. the book i’m writing can just be an ebook, not published in physical form. but another part of me wants to go full on scientific study. something with lots of research and nerdism.
but about what.
about an experiment. an experiment that has to do with me.
how to be a nerd. how to be a unicorn. becoming a unicorn. how to build a unicorn. from scratch. build a unicorn from scratch. a home made unicorn. rainbows and shit.
blah blah blah i’m awesome. just ask me.
Continue reading “Thinking About Writing A Collaborative Book”
Over the past few months, I’ve spoken with a few people about my idea, The Project, and started posting about it here and there. I spoke with friends and family about it and got some response via social media.
Then I did this thing.
This past weekend.
I ran over to the big building to attend StartupWeekend Groningen 2015. Based on The Project Pitch. To be clear, I have had my own dance company. I have worked as a freelance consultant for many years. I thought I knew quite a bit.
To (mis)quote one of my favorite shows, “You know nothing, [Rain Leander].”
Continue reading “The Beginning of Something Beautiful”