Hello there and welcome to 2018!
I am your weekly blogger and this week I have some thought provoking material to kick off your 2018 planning.
Shuffles papers on desk and waits for the news headlines to roll.
Yes this week we’re back to the keyboard and that means its time for The Weekly once more! Over the break you might have noticed my post about releasing software during holidays or my rant on Twitter about red-button-mongering. I also got to play a lot with Python+Flask and VueJS with an exciting side project I might release soon. You know, if I finish it =D
As we kick off the new year I also want to highlight that I’m volunteering my time for anyone that needs to remove gendered relationships from their product!
Please be warmly invited to reach out!
And onwards to this week’s links! I have four interesting reads that I hope will kick off your thought process for 2018 whether it be product strategy, open source contribution or your approaching to testing and delivering high quality software.
MeetupMixup 2017 is this week so this is my last chance to share a shameless plug. I’m also making this my last post for the year as I wind down for some holiday time!
This week I had a few exciting days in our Melbourne engineering HQ deep diving in all things API for 2018, lots of exciting news to share… soon!
I’m a little crook this weekend so I’ll keep it brief - a handful of posts to share for this edition:
This week I’ve been (mostly) off having a brief holiday in Wellington! The hotel gave us a lovely rainbow welcome and it was a perfect kick back’n relax few days.
Along the way I kicked back at #bsideswlg security conference and geeked out with fellow infosec professionals, hobbyists and curiosity-ists… A fascinating conference with some really cool talks! Highly recommended next year if you get the chance.
What a wonderfully rainbow week its been! Wednesday was a long and fantastic day with the YES 🏳️🌈 result announcement, Thursday was packed full of startups at TechCrunch Battlefield, and Friday we wrapped up our internal hackathon (I was one of the judges!).