I was one of the organizers of the Portland chapter of PyLadies, an international group of women Python coders, and I also chaired (with a group of six) a small Python conference here in Portland called PyDX, which has morphed into the wonderful PyCascadia (though I’m not involved). For the past few years I’ve been helping with SeaGL, or Seattle GNU/Linux, a wonderful open source & community conference in Seattle, Washington, remote in 2020 and probably 2021. Now I try to write and speak for operations conferences and sites, and think about how I can get better at my job which I love, where I’ve been since October 2016.
You can reach me on the blog or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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