Kicking off Write the Docs 2017

Written on January 24, 2017

Happy 2017 internets! I’m excited to share the latest updates about the Write the Docs community, we’ve been working hard to prepare for 2017 and it looks like our efforts are paying off with better infrastructure and processes for the global community.

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Homecoming

Written on July 20, 2016

This post is going to be different. No fanfare, no witty banter, and no embedded tweets. After nearly a year working as a full-time community manager, I am returning to my home in tech: documentation.

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Happy 2015, internets!

Written on January 15, 2015

Having returned to civilization a few days ago from a 3-week no-computer-no-phone-no-work vacation (the first in many years) to the beaches of Brazil, I’m ready to welcome 2015 with a big hug and the highest of fives!

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EuroPython 2014 - Geek-power to doc-power

Written on August 15, 2014

Attending the Django Girls workshop was only the beginning of a week-long adventure at what’s considered to be one of the biggest European Python conferences. Over 1200 attendees stormed the BCC conference center at Alexanderplatz to participate in talks, workshops, hackfests, sprints, and other festivities.

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Open Knowledge Festival 2014 Day 1 - Free Your Mind

Written on July 17, 2014

After a promising kick-off on day 0, I was looking forward to a fun and inspiring day 1, and was not disappointed!  The day started with a surprising opportunity to contribute to the OKFestival storytelling team, who called out to folks to live-tweet the keynotes in different languages. Once again, my Hebrew (and background as a translator) came to my aid and I decided to join the circus.

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Open Knowledge Festival 2014 Day 0 - The Tip of the Iceberg

Written on July 15, 2014

When I registered for Open Knowledge Festival, I had a broad idea of what the main themes will be and what types of people it might attract, but it wasn’t until I showed up at Kulturbrauerei this afternoon that I realized just how important this event is, at such a pivotal time in our data and knowledge history. And then I got *really* excited about being here.

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Happy July!

Written on July 3, 2014

I know it’s been a while since the last post, but to my defense I will say that June was packed with preparations for all the exciting things that are about to unfold this month!

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LinuxTag 2014, the writer takes on a developer conference

Written on May 26, 2014

As promised, more blog posts are coming. This time, less than 2 months after the conference, I give you a recap of my adventures at LinuxTag in Berlin (May 8-10, 2014). Warning: It ain’t as pretty as the previous one. My opinions are my own and if I quote anyone it’s by agreement and their opinion are their own too. Play nice!

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