I’m teaching a workshop today at KnitCon!
I will be leading an updated version of the workshop I originally gave at Barcamp Philly 2014 and several times over the years. I love giving this workshop because people get so excited by the end and walk away with concrete next steps.
Check out the updated materials here:
The materials based on the work of Julie Pagano and Write/Speak/Code.
Today I gave a keynote at the Android Summit in DC! Check out my slides here and I’ll post the video once it’s up!
It was kind of a homecoming for me since I got to see so many great people I worked with from Capital One in addition to several people I know from other conferences. I had a great time.
The images from the talk (except my images of TZ) were obtained from The Noun Project. They are listed in slide order below.
Last night the Philadelphia GDG held a panel with several experienced Android developers in the city (myself included). It was a pleasure to be a part of the panel. It was fun sharing my expertise and interacting with the community!
Continue reading Panel: Ask An Android Dev
I often heard the clichéd refrain that I was my father’s daughter. We spent hours cooking and planning meals, delighting in nature’s wonders, or listening to music together. We even shared a quick temper and disdain for other drivers. These surface similarities gave us a way to connect, but the depth of his influence was much deeper.
I’ve always loved the poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. The concluding words are:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I –
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Continue reading Eulogy: Robert (Bob) Franklyn Latislaw