Tag: women in scrum

The difference between caring and caring enough to do something

#askForPay instead of #payToSpeak

There’s been a movement around #payToSpeak conferences on Twitter and elsewhere, that is conferences where the speaker essentially ends up paying to speak there (travel expenses, time put into the talk, time not working when being at the conference etc.). I think that speakers should be paid, or they at least shouldn’t be going negative in budget to speak at a conference. Here’s my experience:

International Women's Day

International Women’s Day

In accordance with International Women’s Day, I want to make a few call outs here. Those who know me, know I’m big on equality and feminist AF. I wanted to share a few quotes that have happened to me as a woman in the technology industry that I have overcome and have changed the way I think of being a female not just in technology, but in the world.

The Changing Face of Agile – #WomenInAgile event at Agile2016

I’m very excited to announce the #WomenInAgile workshop – The Changing Face of Agile at Agile2016 in Atlanta, GA this summer! This is an event long in the making, started by great women who came before me and hopefully will be continued by other strong women’s voices in the future until the event is no longer needed.

Review of Lean In book

In a break from my personal branding series I have posted a review of Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg on the Women In Agile site. There are some book club type questions to get the discussion started. I’d love to hear what others are thinking, good or bad. Enjoy!

Las Vegas

Scrum Gathering Las Vegas 2013

My take on the Scrum Gathering in Las Vegas 2013