All decks
  • Latency: The Whole Story

  • Creating the DevRel Identity for your company

    Delivered at DevRelCon Earth 2020! 🌍🌎🌏

  • Internationalization & Globalization support for Node.js

    Slide deck from the collaborative session at the OpenJS Foundation's Collaborator Summit, 2020 (https://openjscs2020.sched.com/event/clHn/internationalization-globalization-support-for-nodejs).

  • Getting Involved In Open Source

    Slides for an introductory talk covering how to get involved in Open Source projects for the first time – given at Portland's PDXNode meetup, February 14th 2020.

  • How JS becomes JS

    Slides for an introductory talk about the ECMAScript standardization process – given at Portland's PDXNode meetup, may 10th 2019.

  • Seamlessly Integrating your Documentation and Engineering teams

    Lightning talk given at DevRelCon Tokyo, 2019! πŸ™Œ

  • Getting involved with Node.js

    Slides for an introductory talk about getting involved in the Node.js project – given at Portland's PDXNode meetup, September 14th 2018.

  • Node Villager Song

  • How Atlassian integrations can revolutionize the design work-flow in InVision Studio

  • i18n Update!

    What we've been up to for Node.js i18n at the Node.js Collaborator's Summit.

  • DevRel at InVision!

    The slide deck I presented to a hiring panel at InVision when interviewing to be their first Developer Advocate (I landed the role πŸŽ‰).

  • Welcome to WebAudioPDX!

    Introductory slides for Web Audio PDX meetups! πŸ”Š

  • Welcome to PDXNode!

    Introductory slides for PDXNode meetups! πŸ™Œ

  • Pragmatics of becoming a Jr. Dev

    A talk I gave at PDXNode, primarily written for people looking to transition into their first professional role after graduating from a codeschool. πŸŽ“

  • Performing Music Remotely

    A talk I gave at Instrument (a design agency in Portland, Oregon), which ended with a demo of a live, distributed musical performance (watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PrbBHiTeDs).

  • Remote Performing – It's a thing!

    My talk given at the first Donut.js meetup in Portland, Oregon – April 26th, 2016 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmoPisZ2ifw&list=PLnGfcfJVckZzYvAiy1QGA3rLomDBFLnIw).