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Marketing Your Tech Talent

Marketing Your Tech Talent from deirdrestraughan I was thrilled to have the opportunity to present this talk at the Monktoberfest in Portland, Maine. Video here (not by me, for a change!). Some very kind words about the talk from Joe Brockmeier here. I’m just gonna brag a little here: Videoing the talks at #monktoberfest pic.twitter.com/p6XnDGDL2O Read More…

I was thrilled to have the opportunity to present this talk at the Monktoberfest in Portland, Maine. Video here (not by me, for a change!).

Some very kind words about the talk from Joe Brockmeier here.

I’m just gonna brag a little here:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Datashits” was a Freudian slip. Really. I promise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monktoberfest tweets

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Using Video to Communicate Technology

For once, there’s video of me, talking about what I do and why I do it that way. You might also like: ZFS Performance Analysis and Tools DTracing the Cloud Certified node.js Community Event: Rough Cut Videos

For once, there’s video of me, talking about what I do and why I do it that way.

Woodstock School Memories: The Student Survival Kit

This was the first manual/user guide I ever wrote, a student handbook for Woodstock School, incorporating the school’s rules and policies, survival tips, a fill-in class schedule and diary pages. I wanted to make the rules easier to understand, and more accessible, by applying simpler, clearer language and a sense of humor. Apparently it worked. Read More…

This was the first manual/user guide I ever wrote, a student handbook for Woodstock School, incorporating the school’s rules and policies, survival tips, a fill-in class schedule and diary pages. I wanted to make the rules easier to understand, and more accessible, by applying simpler, clearer language and a sense of humor. Apparently it worked. I heard from students who worked on revisions 20+ years later that my style was still the template for student handbooks at Woodstock.

Unfortunately, I haven’t figured out how to get the pages in order in this gallery.

The cartoon illustrations are mostly by my classmate, Jeet Singh.