Since I haven’t been blogging here on my own blog lately, I thought maybe a short post talking about what I have been doing would be interesting for at least a few people!
While neglecting this blog, I have been blogging elsewhere and have been spending a lot of time traveling and speaking at conferences. I’ve also been busy with all sorts of other work, so I’ll try to give you the short recap of my activities over the past few months.
A quick summary of a few things that I’ve been doing / blogging / whatever:
- Guest on The Ship Show Podcast, The Pulse of PuppetConf 2014
- A Puppet Labs blog post: What We Can Learn About DevOps From Science Fiction
- How to write a talk proposal, a USENIX guest blog post
- Ada Initiative guest blog post announcing travel scholarships for women speakers at PuppetConf
- Helped organize the 2014 FLOSS Metrics Meeting
- Interview as part of the SCALE speaker series
- More blog posts than I can keep track of on the Puppet Labs blog
- … and a bunch of other things that I’ve forgotten
The run-down of some recent talks that I’ve given:
- State of the Puppet Community at PuppetConf
- Lessons about Community from Science Fiction at LinuxCon North America (Chicago), August 2014
- Lessons about Community from Science Fiction, the Texas Linux Fest edition from June 2014
- Lessons about Community from Science Fiction 5 minute Ignite talk from OSCON – Portland, July 2014 (video)
- See my speaker page for more talks / videos
Lastly, a few upcoming talks:
- Empowering your Corporate OSS Developers (Panel) – LinuxCon Düsseldorf October 15
- Open Source: A Job and an Adventure – LinuxCon Europe in Düsseldorf, October 15
- What we can learn about DevOps from Science Fiction – DevOpsDays Berlin, October 23
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