At Rails Girls London Winter 2017, we had a photo booth for the first time. Beside being lots of fun. While flicking though the images I thought they’d look good as a video.
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For this Rails Girls London. It seemed like an idea (still not sure it was a good one) to look back on my career to date.
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Besides a dayjob, running a podcast, which is well worth a listen, Making sure everyone has pockets, helping setting up OpenCode and Trans*Code, still find the time to write articles, give talks plus run seessions for folks just starting out in tech
Some people generally has way too much energy. I suspect clones. If all that isn’t inspiring, I don’t know what is.
This is a counterpart to my talk at Rail Girls London 7 and blog post on recruitment from the candidate side. I’m writing the notes down so I don’t forget them next time I’m in the same situation.
Last year I found myself running recruitment for the development team. It was very much a learning process. Having only helped out in a few interviews in the past. My biggest takeaway, even to do an average job requires a good deal of work. I still have a huge amount to learn.
The main talk was Kent Beck. Talking about 3X: Explore/Expand/Extract. Covering the shifting risk profile of software product development as products mature.
Looking back over the last year