Monthly Archives: October 2010

Three Weeks In: Life at the Open Source Lab

The news about the new job has already hit the Internets, but I haven’t taken the time to update my blog yet. I’m thrilled to be working at Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab as an Open Source Outreach Manager. … Continue reading

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Teaching Open Source Lunch at Grace Hopper

My previous post about Grace Hopper focused on all the cool ‘official’ conference activities, but the Teaching Open Source community members in attendance organized an informal lunch meetup to talk about all the great projects we’re working on at the … Continue reading

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Reflections on Grace Hopper 2010

I attended the Grace Hopper conference for the first time this year, and it was an incredibly inspiring four days for me. You can find more extensive notes on the sessions on the conference wiki, and the #ghc10 Tweet stream … Continue reading

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