SF Reliability Engineering - June Talks

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Doors at 6pm and ID required in the lobby. We're starting the talks at 6:30pm. Food and drinks provided.

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We're always looking for 20-30 minute technical talks (and 5-8 minute lightning talks) relating to the very broad field of Reliability Engineering. Get in touch with the organizers if you'd like to present!

Important check-in details for Twitter:

1. Bring your photo ID. This is required by building security during the check-in process.

2. We will begin checking people in at 6:00pm. Check-in closes at 6:30pm, so please arrive on time!

(If you arrive after 6:30pm, you may message the organizers on Meetup.com and we will do our best to get you into the event. However, please note that we are unable to check-in any attendees after 6:45pm)

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Events hosted at Twitter are covered under the Code of Conduct: https://developer.twitter.com/en/community/code-of-conduct.html

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Talk #1: Hacking Atom Editor

Abstract:
Text editors are a complex piece of software. The idea of writing your own editor extension might sound daunting, but it doesn't have to be! In this talk, I'll show you just how easy it is to write an extension for the Atom Editor.

Bio:
Tilde Ann Thurium is an artist, engiqueer, and activist. In previous lives, they have done stints as a florist, a security guard, and a Human Resources wench. In their spare time, they illustrate data structures and algorithms with acrylic paint.

Talk #2: Developer Relations: Advocates, Evangelists, and Avocados
You've probably heard the term "Developer Relations," but what does this actually mean, and more importantly, why should you care? In this talk, explain the difference between Advocates, Evangelists, and Avocados, as well as help you understand how to interact with this new group of folks in a way that is beneficial to everyone.

Bio:
Mary Thengvall is a connector of people at heart, both personally and professionally. In addition to her work, she's known for being "the one with the dog," thanks to her ever-present medical alert service dog Ember. She's the author of the first book on Developer Relations: The Business Value of Developer Relations (© 2018, Apress).