It's an event I'd been wanting to organise for a while, with an eye on it being hands-on and slanted toward helping interested people get started in open-source, but I wasn't sure what format would work best. I'm still not sure …read more
Hello good people who attended my talk on "making your first open-source contribution" for the January edition of the Girl Geek Dinners in Dublin. I hope you enjoyed it!
The slides are available on Slideshare - this version is actually missing a couple of recent updates, the main one being the …read more
Are you an experienced open-source contributor interested in recruiting new people for your project?
Are you a fan of open-source who would be interested in contributing at any level but isn't sure how to?
Come to Tog's first Open-Source Night on February 20th!These hands-on sessions aim to bring together …
Shame on me for not blogging about PyCon Ireland this year, another success where I happily spent a big chunk of time greeting attendees at the registration desk and attended some interesting talks.
The stylish volunteers:
In the meantime, I took better notes at the November Python Ireland meet-up, where …read more
I'm very happy to be going to EuroPython again this year :) Once more the talks I'm most looking forward to are mainly related to scalability, perhaps with a dash of internationalisation/encoding on the side. The tutorial on Django testing with Selenium should be interesting too.
Say hi if you …read more
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