Yesterday was another great day of learning – meeting interesting, smart people and taking notes on those things my brain could not retain. Keynote – Mitchell Baker – I felt very privileged to listen to this keynote, for many reasons : a leader in technology, from Mozilla, who also happens to be a woman.
I am only half way through today, and completely overloaded with information. As of this moment there have been about THREE distinct initiatives/projects that I’ve felt compelled to contribute to. As impossible as that is with my schedule, there is one, FOR SURE, that I will definitely find time for (and perhaps bring to our
The main reason I came for this day (Monday) was for the Drupal Hackathon , seemed like a great opportunity to learn & meet people. And it was.. but not quite the passionate coding I had hoped for. The GOOD: The group I choose to participate with was led by a University developer, and in
I’m in Denver for Drupalcon right now, but wanted to contribute a quick Mozilla blog item for my recent Hacksaurus class. To be clear, I just love teaching these classes of kids – I love taking my box of Mozilla swag (stickers and buttons) and just talking about computers & programming with kids. It’s really
There are definitely too few girls in technology. My experiences as a female engineer in a crowd of men, tell me this is so. It’s not a negative comment about men: I’ve been mentored by, and worked with some lovely, brilliant, inspiring men – still some of my best friends. I’ve been fortunate that way.
It’s taken me a while to fully understand(oh wait I don’t) the scope & intention of Mozilla’s Open Badges. Seems you can be recognized for skills, and achievements accomplished outside the classroom. I’m both optimistic (yay! being recognized without paying for a certification or degree – about time!) and confused how it can be of