Tag Archive: Lynn Root

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    by Angie Chang

    From "n00b" To Engineer In One Year

    I am joining Red Hat as a Associate Software Engineer.

    By Lynn Root (Founder, PyLadies San Francisco)

    It is my great pleasure (and squee!) to share with my friends, family, PyLadies, Twitter nerds, Women Who Code’rs, DevChixen, Systers, and everyone else that I can now say: I am an Engineer.

    Yes, the same person that once did not know the difference between a compiler and an interpreter, couldn’t explain

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    by Angie Chang

    How To Brainstorm A Conference Talk Proposal

    It is not important that you haven’t spoke at PyCon or another conference before. But do prove that why you should now. Taken from Brainstorming: Writing a PyCon Proposal.

    By Lynn Root (Founder, PyLadies San Francisco)

    While this post is for PyCon, the US-based conference for Python developers, users, educators, and everyone with an interest in Python, this advice can apply to any language-centric conferences, even the topic suggestions themselves.

    “Hey you! Ever thought about submitting a proposal?”
    “What? oh no, no no no.”
    “Why not?”
    “What would I talk about? I have nothing to say!”

    So how about this: