I want to share 6 tips for creating conference talk proposals that are clear, concise, and tell a story. These tips can help you start writing better proposals for conference CFPs and hopefully increase your chances of getting a conference… Read More ›
People and Technology
Posts that uncover and highlight the importance of people and technology working together. To truly maximize the positive impact of technology on our society, we need to recognize the importance of the people that plan, build, use, and are impacted by that technology.
As we build technology, we can do a better job of considering the impacts. This includes the impacts of using the technology, and of building it. Therefore, we need to look closely about how we work, in addition to what we build.
What can we do to prevent burnout? How can we encourage individuals of all backgrounds to feel welcome and wanted in the industry? How can we better solve the real problems facing our society today?
We need to bring together diverse groups of people. We must recognize the impacts of technology; value work life balance and redefine what it means to be a “success” in our modern tech industry.
If we can start to do these things, maybe we can truly start impacting everyone for the better.
Technical conferences are a great way to learn and to meet people. In this post, you’ll learn about tips you can apply before, during, and after a conference to have the best event possible.
I believe we should all put less pressure on ourselves to know it all. Learn what you need, when you need it, and remember to have fun.
Compromise is important. To build anything successful will require compromise. What’s more, compromise can be a strong forcing function in the overall success of a project. But compromise can be taken too far. What happens when you compromise too much?… Read More ›
What excites you? What passions does your mind drift to while you lie awake at night; or while you commute; or sit in class? We all have something unique, beautiful, and truly special we can share.