E. Dunham


Emily is a fourth-year Computer Science student at Oregon State University. She’s president of the OSU Linux Users Group, founder of the DevOps Bootcamp program for training students and community members in open source coding and systems administration skills, and a part-time systems engineer at the OSU Open Source Lab. In the past, she’s been a teaching assistant for introductory CS courses, a software developer at the OSL, an intern at Intel, and the captain of a robotics team.

Open Source Bridge 2015

Proposals for this user

* Community Management on Freenode

Joining a FOSS project's leadership is rewarding, but if you haven't participated in IRC channel administration before, the learning curve can be daunting. Come to this talk to learn from edunham's 3 years of community management on IRC, and hear about how to avoid committing a variety of humorous but embarrassing mistakes.
Culture 2015-03-15 00:11:24 +0000
E. Dunham

* You Should Speak

Have you ever thought about speaking at a conference, then come up with some excuse like "I don't know enough", "I'm scared of public speaking", or "I don't know where to apply"? Come to this talk to learn how to combine the open source tools and technolgies which solve all of those problems and more!
Cooking 2015-03-15 03:17:15 +0000
E. Dunham

Open Source Bridge 2014

Proposals for this user

* Hacking the DevOps Talent Pipeline

The Open Source Lab at Oregon State University constantly struggles to produce enough students to fulfill companies' recruiting demands. As part of our recent transition into the school of computer science at OSU, we've started a DevOps training program. We're teaching open source systems administration and software development skills to all interested students, regardless of experience level. This talk will discuss what we've done, our results, and what you can learn from our experiences.
Cooking 2014-04-05 04:58:52 +0000
E. Dunham, Dean Johnson