Drawing on 3+ years of Support Engineering at two different companies, this talk covers successful Support patterns and tools you can start using today to improve your product support.
Curious about coding for a living? A former marketing professional details her journey from coding bootcamp to full-time programmer.
Keep Ruby Weird 2017
Fake news is not a tech problem, it’s a human problem. To build the tools necessary to combat fake news, technologists must think differently. We must understand the psychology behind fake news to arrive at a solution that is human-centric and attainable.
If you are brand new to the tech industry and are wondering how to get started, or transitioning into tech from a different career, this talk is for you! This talk covers how to transition your career to software engineering.
The command line can have a steep learning curve if you're just getting started. This talk aims to give a beginner friendly introduction to the command line to get you started. If you're not a programmer, you can benefit from understanding and using the command line too! This talk will get you started!
The Bike Shed Podcast Ep. 115
Episode of The Bike Shed podcast, recorded at RailsConf 2017. We cover the topic of hiring practices, specifically how to hire diversely, as well as how to hire junior developers.
The hiring process is time consuming for both candidates and employers, but we can do better! Let's explore the ways we can improve the hiring process.
CSS Dev Conf 2016
A exploration of the history of the GIF, how to best use GIFs in the workplace, and the best GIF workflows.
Non Breaking Space Show Ep. 93
In this episode of the Non Breaking Space podcast, I chat about how I transitioned from various jobs such as account management and marketing into coding.