Here are a few talks I’ve worked on over the last few years. Some I’ve given at conferences, others I’m interested in speaking about in the future.
Resilience Engineering Mythbusting – TheLeadDev (April 30, NYC)
Resilience Engineering Mythbusting – SREcon19 Americas (March 27, Brooklyn NY)
Architecting a Post Mortem (Tutorial) – Velocity 2018 San Jose (June 12)
Architecting a Post Mortem – SREcon18 Americas (March 29)
Communal Learning, Continuous Development (short roundtable discussion following) – REA Symposium
Hitting the Turbo Button: Upgrading to PHP 7 at Etsy – PNWPHP 2016
Blame Awareness in Incident Investigation – SREcon16 Dublin
Work in Progress
How D&D made me a better speaker
The oral tradition of story telling when running a Dungeons and Dragons game shares many parallels with that of both public speaking and improving my skills as a writer. Both on stage and behind a Dungeon Master’s screen you’re shaping a narrative. Conference talks should be collaborative, informative, and a lot of fun if you’re doing them right – just like your favorite gaming sessions!