Posts tagged “D.C.”
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- 06 Nov 2015 »
The video for my talk at the 2015 DevOps Enterprise conference, in which I
talk about Google and 18F, is now available on YouTube
- 15 Jun 2015 »
My latest 18F blog post about our ever-evolving onboarding process, "Building a better welcome wagon" is now posted.
- 03 Jun 2015 »
I've written a new 18F blog post describing my experience using Bitly's
oauth2_proxy for the 18F Hub and contributing code changes back to it.
- 02 Jun 2015 »
Billy Mitchell from FedScoop covered 18F Guides in a brief article late yesterday, providing a little more context around the vision.
- 28 May 2015 »
My post announcing 18F Guides has been published on the 18F blog, describing our goals and ambitions for this collection of documents.
- 27 May 2015 »
I delivered a talk to the Arlington Ruby Meetup describing my work on the Jekyll-based 18F Hub and 18F Pages web sites.
- 14 May 2015 »
I posted an announcement of 18F Pages, our government-approved reimplementation of GitHub Pages.
- 21 Jan 2015 »
The White House just launched its U.S. Digital Service recruiting website, in which I play a small but proud role.
- 23 Dec 2014 »
I finally reveal the 18F Hub, the reason I've been in Fixit Mode since joining 18F two months ago.
- 17 Dec 2014 »
I've posted another 18F blog entry introducing the 18F-flavored version of snippets to the world.
- 11 Dec 2014 »
My first-ever blog post for 18F is now live, announcing my "Large Scale Development Culture Change" webinar.
- 05 Dec 2014 »
The webinar video from my December 2, 2014 delivery of "Large Scale Development Culture Change" at the GSA via DigitalGov
- 27 Nov 2014 »
Quick updates on my progress as part of 18F, and "Large Scale Culture Change: Google and the US Government" at the GSA on Dec 2
- 29 Sep 2014 »
I'm moving to Washington, D.C. to join the 18F team, to help change how development is done throughout the Federal government.
- 22 Jul 2014 »
I paid a visit to Washington, D.C. this past week, gave a tech talk on unit testing and culture change, and was amazed at the positive energy there.