My life in tech

badges from conferences I have attended

How I became a tech writer, and what happened after that

I have been involved in many tech events and happenings, one way and another, and have a lot of photos, videos, and stories to tell. Here’s a listing, which will be updated as I keep adding more.

1999

Adaptec in Seville

2000

CeBit

Roxio party

2005

Consumer Electronics Show

International Broadcasting Conference

2006

CES 2006

2007

Sun Broomfield August

SNIA SDC September – the first conference I filmed for Sun

2008

Open Source Grid & Cluster Summit

Sun Community One May

The OpenSolaris Developers’ Summit May

Go Game at the OpenSolaris Developers’ Summit

Visiting Sun Bangalore

Bollywood, Bangalore

Open Storage Summit

Sun’s SC08 Student Party

Sun offices in Eagan, MN October

2009

The First Colorado Front Range Girl Geeks Dinner March

South by Southwest

CommunityOne

O Teatro Magico, during FISL

FISL

Kernel Conference Australia

Community Leadership Summit and OSCON

Oracle Open World

Front Range OpenSolaris user group meeting October

Solaris Security Summit at LISA November

SuperComputing

2010

Community Leadership Summit West

NAB

Sun Product Management Team meetings

The last Sun Tech Days

Farewell, MPK – August

Oracle Open World

LISA 10

The Faces of Sun farewell video

2011

Joyent miscellanea 2010-2011

What I did at Joyent

2012

SCaLE 10x

dtrace.conf

Using Video to Communicate Technology, talk at FISL

ZFS Day and illumos Day

NAB

2013

Open ZFS Developer Summit

Marketing your tech talent at the Monktoberfest

LISA 13 and metrics workshop

2014

Joyent retrospective May

Stockholm June

Marketing your tech talent talk at OSCON

Stockholm and Ericsson September

OpenStack Summit Paris

LISA

2015

[more to add here]

2017

Dockercon

First week at AWS, June

AWS Evangelists’ Summit

2018

AWS Summit Milan

EkoSystem Day

Amazon Linux 2 launch

VMworld

Dreamforce

2019

2020

2021

Lessons learned

Twenty Years of Being a Woman at Tech Events

Letting Go of a Beloved Technology

Red flags in interviewing: How do they treat wait staff?