Expanding on this comment. So you switched from building things to management. Read these to understand your new role:
Here are a few resources I found useful when making that switch.
(Both for newsletters and blogs. RSS is your friend to help keep on top of things. I use Feedbin)
Starting at the beginning, what is blockchain?
Continue reading “Blockchain 101”
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.
Continue reading “Photobooth Moviemaker”
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.
Continue reading “Mistakes I’ve made in my career (so far)”
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.
Continue reading “Join Us”
I went north up to Euston to Facebook London to hear Mike Perrow and Kent Beck talk about building products.
Mike kicked things off, talking about building and shipping Workplace. The most interesting part was using the War room model when they launched.
The main talk was Kent Beck. Talking about 3X: Explore/Expand/Extract. Covering the shifting risk profile of software product development as products mature.
Continue reading “Building Products With Kent Beck”
For this Rails Girls London I wanted to talk about not needing to be an expert to solve real world problems.
Continue reading “Knowing enough to be dangerous”