Thanksgiving Week: Family


As Thanksgiving approaches I've been taking some time to reflect on the things I'm grateful for. Now, more than ever, I think we all need to take some time to appreciate what is good in the world and remind friends and family that they are loved. Remind ourselves ...

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What Can We Do?


Like many of you, I'm devastated. I'm angry. I'm afraid of how the next four years could impact my life and lives of those I love. And after Tuesday night, I was left wondering what can I do? It's easy to feel powerless, and hopeless. To ...

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Book Lovers: A Gifting Guide


I know, I know. It's too early. it? I feel like I go through this every year: it's always too early to start thinking about the holidays until December 20th, and then I'm scrambling to find or make good gifts for my family and friends ...

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Rivers of Milk and Honey


DISCLAIMER: My experiences are entirely my own and don't necessarily reflect the experiences of others, including other women at my company.

It's no secret that there's an incredible shortage of women in the tech industry, and even less of a secret that women are treated differently than ...

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Book Review: I'm Thinking of Ending Things


I'm Thinking of Ending Things is a debut novel by Iain Reid, and was a surprising delight to read. Like most books I checked it out only knowing that Powell's had it on their 'New + Recommended' list, and was pleased when I found myself in the middle of ...

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Puppet Orchestrator --application Example


As always, this technical blog post began when I was having a problem and couldn't find the answer on the internet. I'm writing tests for Puppet's application orchestrator which involve setting up an application remotely then running some variations of puppet job run. In particular, I need ...

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Book Review: The Girls


Ahh, the much anticipated, celebrity-book-listed, book of the Fall season, The Girls by Emma Cline. I was very intrigued by this book since it had been hyped so much, and after reading it am somewhat mystified by the noise around it. Don't get me wrong, this isn't a ...

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