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Audrey Eschright

from HashiCorp

Audrey Eschright is a writer, community organizer, and software developer based in Portland, OR. In addition to her day-job with the the Terraform AWS open source project, she publishes The Recompiler, a feminist hacker journal, and co-hosts the weekly Recompiler Podcast. She's best known for founding Calagator, an open source community calendaring platform; co-founding Open Source Bridge, an annual conference on FOSS contribution and maintenance; her opinions on labor and funding issues in FOSS communities; and a variety of creative projects spanning photography, mapping, and puppet-making.

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What does it take to have a 10- or 20-year career in tech — or even longer? We could talk about the hard work and technical skills, mentoring and collaboration, and privilege that can be involved. There’s one big way we can increase the odds for all of us though, and that’s to organize. From #talkpay to unionization, you’ll learn about the skills and tactics that will give us the opportunity to continue our tech work in the healthiest way over time.

Date:
2019 November 15 - 13:00
Duration:
20 min
Room:
Room 2
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seagl2019
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