Thursday, August 22
11:00 am - 11:40 am
Finding Happiness in Open Source
About the event
As technologists have amazing skills and abilities, but for a lot of us the missing piece is finding a way to give back. Join me as I discuss how to get involved in open source helping organizations that support some of the most vulnerable members in our communities -- food banks, diaper banks, animal shelters, and many others.
We'll also discuss the benefits, educational, personal and professional, of contributing to projects like these. You will leave having learned how to get involved in areas you’re passionate about to fill this missing piece that will keep you happy throughout your career.
Sean absolutely loves the technical community. He is a tireless do-gooder who created and organizes Code for Good a non-profit that puts on Ruby for Good and Python for good. Sean, at his day job, works to make government more sane. He is committed to making the world a better place. When not programming he loves being outdoors (especially national parks), drinking coffee from Portland, eating dried seaweed and playing with dogs.