Weever Apps for giving me the ability to stay local to my community.
Kiera Howe for always helping me with my technical issues and being there when I need her always.
And most of all to Adam Wills, our lead organizer for more reasons that I can mention, including helping to get me to where I am today.
I really want to thank everyone who came to see my presentation. I really had a fun time giving this one and look forward to the feedback on this new presentation. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on this!
We were a small but mighty group this week at our meetup, but we helped a few people who may not have otherwise submitted to speak at our local WordCamp. Many of the myths were dispelled and barriers broken. This was definitely worth delivering and I thank the diversity team for putting this together and delivering this training. If you want to apply to speak for WordCamp Hamilton, submissions are open until May 1, 2018! You can apply HERE.
A big thanks to James Wilkinson and the FSTO team for giving me a spot on the B-Side to present my case study on subsidized housing in Toronto: An Affordable REST. Here are the slides that I will be presenting at 2pm on Tuesday in room 200c. I look forward to seeing you there!
This time around, my good friend Matt Graham and I are going to try something different. We’re going to play a game.
Ever wonder how to properly give credit for something you are using? Not sure if you’re actually allowed to use it? Where can I find images to use? All this and more can be answered at our session, The Creative Commons Scavenger Hunt! Join us to win some (small, but good) prizes from north of the border! And for the record, be lucky I didn’t start talking like a pirate because I’m watching Pirates of the Caribbean as I write this post…
It’s been a while since I was at WordCamp Toronto and giving the talk in my old alma mater, the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. It was an amazing weekend and I hope to post some photos soon, though there weren’t as many as I usually take. I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this topic and others. Can’t wait until the next one!