9 pieces total. These are pieces by other authors (usually from journalistic outlets) that mention me directly, whether or not I’m directly quoted.
By no means is this intended to become a comprehensive list. I’ll tend primarily to include pieces that I perceive as meaningful in the context of my work, and I’m of course biased to include only those pieces that I consider favorable, or at least reasonably accurate and fair.
- 06 Oct 2016 » IT Revolution Press
Thanks to my appearance at DevOps Enterprise 2015, parts of my Google Testing Grouplet story now appear in this encyclopedic work by Gene Kim, et al. You’ll find it in Chapter 10, “Enable Fast and Reliable Automated Testing”, pp. 123-126; and Chapter 21, “Reserve Time to Create Organizational Learning and Improvement”, subsection “Create Internal Consulting and Coaches to Spread Practices”, pp. 306-307.
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- 30 Oct 2015 » FedTech
A profile along with four of my colleagues. I have no idea what the hell they were thinking with those illustrations.
- 01 Sep 2015 » Christopher Newport University Voyages
A profile in my alma mater’s alumni magazine. Note that the major accomplishment of 18F is not saving money, but improving the way the government works for the people.
- 10 Jul 2015 » Fusion
Earlier this year, Fusion’s director of engineering Daniel Bachhuber pinged our #tech channel in Slack: I knew where Daniel was going with this.
- 07 Jul 2015 » Federal Times
As part of its mission to make government websites more effective and accessible, the team at 18F published a content guide to help agencies write clearly, concisely and tailored for the web.
- 06 Jul 2015 » 18F Blog
We’re proud to announce the release of our 18F Content Guide, a comprehensive handbook to help content creators on our team (and, we hope, elsewhere) create more direct, accessible, and compelling written works.
- 01 Jun 2015 » FedScoop
18F Guides is meant to be an orientation tool for new hires, but some also hope to use it as a blueprint for digital teams launching around government.
- 23 Dec 2014 » FedScoop
The General Services Administration today launched a new Jekyll-based documentation platform called the Hub. What’s that? FedScoop’s assistant editor, Billy Mitchell, has the latest.