Category Archives: open source
tl;dr You can find full details of the FOSDEM 2018 Community DevRoom CFP on Laura’s blog.
Well, technically it has been open for awhile now, but you see how often I get around to updating this blog. Grace Hopper Open Source Day will reprise for the 3rd time this year at the annual Grace Hopper Celebration … Continue reading
Ed. Note: I originally composed this post as a resource for folks at my employer, Red Hat. Obviously, the Red Hat specific bits have been removed, e.g. my team can’t volunteer to help you edit your posts. I’d always planned … Continue reading
This post is lightly adapted from the original, which appeared on the Best of Systers Blog. Systers is the world’s largest email community of technical women in computing. It was founded by Anita Borg in 1987 as a small electronic … Continue reading
Or “Why We Can’t Have Nice Things….” Nice Girl (warning: this blog contains NSFW matters, as you can likely tell from the URL) has penned a post about her experience at OSCON this year and last, and I’m really glad … Continue reading
I’ll be giving the Opening Keynote at the Berlin Buzzwords Conference in June, and I am incredibly excited about giving this talk and the opportunity to meet up with so many of my colleagues. For a brief teaser on the … Continue reading