This is such a great hackathon, and I'm really pleased to be part of it again. evoHaX is all about accessible technology, and this year's theme is web accessibility. On Friday night, I'll moderate a panel on "Accessibility in the Contemporary World of Technology". On Sunday, I'll get to judge the hackathon projects. Last year's work was wildly insightful and innovative, so I'm extra excited this year. Grab your panel tickets here, or get more information on the hackathon here.
I am thrilled that Amanda Clark and I get to reprise our imposter syndrome talk for the international DjangoCon US. It has really evolved as we've learned more about the topic and ourselves. This talk will only be open to DjangoCon attendees, but if you're able to attend the conference, it looks like a fantastic one. The talk lineup is fantastic! You can grab tickets at their website.
I'm very excited to be sharing a stage with Nate Gasser at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Jose! It's my first time at this conference, and we'll be speaking on data-driven storytelling. Get more information on the session here.
This free event will center around Ayse Birsel's fantastic book, Design the Life You Love. We'll have a fun and interactive evening where we get to work designing our own lives. You'll need a copy of the book - and I'll have some available for purchase at the event. Get tickets!
This is very exciting. Not long ago, Amanda Clark and I did a talk on imposter syndrome at BarCamp Philly. Then I wrote an article about it for Technical.ly Philly. And now, Amanda and I are doing an expanded version of our talk for PANMA! It will be educational, practical, and interesting. Get tickets!
A very special meet and greet for a very specific group of people. This happy hour is for alumnae/i, students, staff, and faculty of Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges who are working in (or excited about) public health. Niche group! Come make epidemiology jokes with us.