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From Director to Intern: Changing Careers as a Single Mom

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the if you do that and that and the other and the full and thanks for coming to the last on the 2nd day shakeouts intelligence in the garden and enjoy the rest of the evening that efficiently in kind the commitment an interior so my thinking and then I'm going the the title is directed and changing careers as a single mom and that really the core of but I'll be talking about in this humility and audacity and the and facing things now I've said it feels impossible and setting with the discomfort that in data so instead and I work with its own
money the health and that we need to support
people with and preventing chronic disease so all and the majority of our participants might be in situations where the prediabetic or have heart disease and we provide a program for that and but before I dance to this place in my life on I guess the other big piece about this talk is is is an attack congress how to this is 1 of the story and then you and the journey that I ban on the fellow and as soon as diets yes and at the beginning
when I was a Florida Gator any energy depends on the audience know the bullet like no had this hidden and so the data and then have bigger than engineering degree as a data and I have got a degree in anthropology and then but can really get much of a job with a degree in policy awe-inspiring degree and policy so I ended up working in the Northeast regional data centers on campus and began lining each human the and then this is back
when 2 most called Wilbur there's a team of 3 point 2 and that too 1987 and
websites looks like this and that and this was the good shit you the eye and and that did I started my career than men and over the next couple of years learning SGML standard and generalized markup language and in
1999 I started learning cold fusion back when it was a lyrical fusion and then and I have learned that they just kind of took stand the shoulder and the team you can't really call what are you doing that seems way better than what we're doing with these static HTML templates and nearly can come in and members that I want to join another team and having where we have in and so I did that for a couple of years that it's cold fusion inspector and started working knowing that other and there and then that
2001 bubble bursts in and there the mind you this whole time in my head I'm thinking of these people came in some much money to do this don't have a degree in the background and this and Costa syndrome was really deep was always the only woman on my team I never met another woman engineer so this is the only thing to me and the and so when the bubble bursts and I new all kinds of senior engineers who an image of a fully worked is starting to learning and they couldn't get work because this kind of work process 1 and I was like well you know so this is also something simply have a
little bit and it's been so to give you a context if you were a young enough that he went around back and and employment declined by about 17 per cent what 75 thousand and then so
if you look at this 97 this 1 I started and that then the pequeño in 2001 it's when the bubble burst on this graph and there
so In order to guarantee amount until of things pick up me until I get another gig and go
volunteer with domestic violence and agency and found sense inferences but the 10 the and then and so I started volunteering and then they're like all we really need some interval this position would you mind just working for us for a little bit I know you're here that's not your query that my friends that just just a little bit sick the glorified volunteering do because that's about and you get paid and the but the variance is
yes this is how they were tracking data it was an amazing to me that I it wanted to cry and the price an act seen how awful the situation lies in the nonprofit sector and the tech prosody and they had this shelter that I was working and had a dial-up modem the full curve that kind of style of modern 1 computed at all they had the whole company and so numbers of workers have computers to track data for clients everything was written on paper and and late literally they had someone in a band driving between the different locations to pick up the binders and transport them and then what this business so that business and and paper and it was if painful so I wrote grants and I got them computers and I built the movie VPN now and I built on the server and I built on the website and it's in 3 languages because they have a lot of clients who speak different languages and I don't I felt really good have paid shit strewn but it felt really good and I fell like I was making a big difference and and the and then of the indicates that thing became a little bit of a problem
because we can not as stated that meets and did you any and there the and the that if I had the network would have a hard time stopping him because there wasn't a lot in my work and that has medium long and that he was a big part of my daily
life and obviously as moment was coming with me work this is me caring him during the walk against straight and they worked for women against a and then and and so but then the know things started settling with me being nominated this whole time I've got in the back my head like this and still didn't stole going back to programming and just you know just not yet not yet you know and so then as things so that the mom
I started getting this seeds planted an idea that I was going take that step and go back to me because grad school maybe do something to really solidify those skills and independent trackers no no you will receive with time and I continued volunteering on the site and building websites on the side for a bunch of different and profits that they weren't them I wasn't but it wasn't doing engineering and I wasn't and a building dynamic websites that them so just the links dedication non-teaching and other ideas on 1 hand something ligaments steps think about again
and then I had few semantic still single that and that and is that getting cage part certain by evening after this grid and then on and so this is 2001 and and that
he also is coming with me or it's in need to work for 8 months carried the word many colleagues carried her and she was the I have that it's turtles you can permanently comic being present the and 17 13
years later after my only and and after a lot pica and 13 years later and and
having dinner with a friend of mine and he says hey have you heard of became his there is a knife and started this really cool who here where you go and say 18 weeks and you how to be a software engineer and then you have hired after its and people includes a 500 thousand dollars and only 125 thousand so that sounds like bullshit movement and and it's an kind of crazy to me but I I
looked into it a little bit and so then I read on the website you know most people spending in 12 hours a day 6 days a week and then in the place was like that also some labels that as a single parent that's really that sounds possible made and then I look at the past
and and this is basically
what I thought of it and this is impossible it's insane and there's no way I can invented it there's no way I can justify this time we make here is there's just no way like everything just no way then starting who really
70 and so I decided what would it be like to sit with that and possibility that sense of possibility and that I can't do it and what would it be like interest try and take time patients be calculated about it and try to make it work and find the money from the community resources and so
I jumped in an decided to quit my job I December 2014 applied to death and and January I was accepted and I resigned from my job I decided I wasn't going to do that halfway and I work part time until they have a period that's called say 0 4 9 weeks where a year working remotely and most people work so keep working their jobs and villainous signals because I knew that in order for me to be successful I wasn't going to be able to do the commitment that everyone else is going be will be on site where there most Michael were basically lived at the camp sh to England to sleep there but people do and all and I can handily the every day and the government so the chemicals and
that's a February got started there are a lot of risks involved around like interval our is not guaranteed a job offer and and going back to the previous career would have been possible director and writer expect in meaning but and but it would have been an it wouldn't conversation pressure like why did you have this the thing all in year as main cause trend changing various societies have a million of people in the nonprofit sector very concerned about the long-term commitment of the staff and so that would look bad and so interesting about and then the so self here was a
huge thing for me doing this process it was really important that and part of that self care was setting those boundaries and saying you know I'm going to go home at 6 o'clock and going to read my children events and stories and going to testament name and then on keep going there also not going to step on that 1 coding and cut off at 10 o'clock because I write shady tell type this can actually write pretty good code precast when I'm well rested so what I would mean that they head against for 2 hours that nights and played at nite I do in 5 minutes and it's morning so part of myself care process and ask them million questions a million I can't even found the amount of questions that I ask and because if I tried to pretend that any new shit I would get nowhere and the scientist put myself out there and kept asking and asking in exposing my ignorance a million times a day I would make progress the and I also felt like it was really critical for me to be meant for because even though I knew nothing and the little bit more the people coming behind me and so on every phase of of the camp I was meant by someone else and when I finished this that can buy it became a man wear act on me taught classes and when you want code this week so it in them that teaching people and that and brackets so 1 of the other strategies that really helped me be successful is the hats they have always coding challenges and we can and so it a to and all of them but that's impossible you know guided simply did not have the time and so I would just jump straight to the hardest the saying that they had and I would just dig in the time and and the and it's a really long was so fun and so stain really closely connected to make sense of joy or encoding and not letting it be that people of process and it was also a really big part of me being you would be successful with that and the I of celebrating my fairly if has I knew when I was there I I had some shit life and was amazing and so any time I couldn't get it has to pass any time that I didn't know the answer so yes we have had a place where it can with their all and that I have identified its and now I can learn and over time and hit the next failure in it's going be beautiful and so I had yeah i if you're ever in a situation where everyone around you is having success and for fighting each other at full encourage you to turn around the people you're failing when in fact and were failing and we are going to get through MIT and still and celebrate that learning process so if any of can and that and and it was time this is 2015 wits and in the last speaker here but then the last figure was talking about in this spring criticism was handed down further and the gaining that happen that we found this meaning we can celebrate and then so and interviewing with this whole neither place they said had gone through this program the and then and I needed to get on my feet and they're interviewing section in the tech industry had changed drastically from when I was before before you get hired contractor basically and it was the to contract and if on well you get hired on full time and effort than many move on and then it was kind of mutual thing the the and that there was no way that we can and that and so this really Austin strategy that I had in my head weighs I would bring up the whole weight of feeding and housing filtering to the interview in mind and was great I was so stressed that I can't think about anything I couldn't like he me these basic questions and the information was absolutely and not get out and that then the friends and I actually managed to get out from and that there was this 1 guy he had a stack of papers and he's the road and he points as you work on the training and goes on and on and on about how amazing the higher the and so I started to get also this like feeling that I gave you my assessment in situations with work in the think the thing they're going well in 1 and so it just went
into this really bad and back to this in the space of a the termination by feeling a little the and
that and so I was in the streets of boston links when I was losing hope that meets a taking care of me children became heavier and this happened in my mind all the time and that so what I did was I
needed back to and I needed to stay redid the system a cohort that I wanted at the camp with and data and that for them just like the all and struggling I'm not just starting and I like it's and struggling emotionally like getting spiraling any energy grounded me help so if they checking with a group of people weekly and they were phenomenal and supporting me and and
and then the soon after that I got this awesome Richard an interview with a minor and and this is the and you was the most amazing interview our we parents for the day on a story that in the backlog can 1 in the production that they and that it was just so much fun it was a pleasure to work with them on the story and was like even if I don't get the job that was just a really reaffirming variance of just getting a code with people and don't and I had met Lilly through real spreads and she connect me the interview and I began being a
software engineer in turn and so that September 2015 and that and again lots of risks and I turned down a couple of full-time positions with other companies to take this internship and it was banking on and be and this that the scene is a meaning and this company is doing amazing work on that and then a wire and so much more as an intern in this program with meant for mentorship and guidance and carrying that I will going into this full time position with this other company where they're meant for ships shingle Washakie maybe not a solid as a minus was an but again not guaranteed on didn't have health benefits and I was still was still taking my asks and then so I asked again a million questions what is this give us like why are you doing with this
way and you know I here we're saying that I have no idea where St. when it means on a on a more fundamental level like you're going through a process sure I hear you but what is what is that underlying code means and I noticed this link
breaks the whole randomly is there another way we can approach the that's
and haven't stresses situation like this before when when to consider that these are all you know a it's just a consistent pattern I had in my life of exposing ignorance and and in order to move forward at a rate more rapid pace and it and you write the
most scalable all tested on a joint software in the world that nobody ever because that's not main goal that would be ridiculous for me to ever expect it's 1 of those things really want you want know I didn't and that it's letting go of that legal and and letting go of year expectations and and accepting that really the
best compliment I could have ever gotten from the ways that you ask that question directly in 10 years of because that means ongoing attraction and
then and there was a sole project that idea during this sentence where did do where it was so the team pairs and we haven't of process does anyone not know what those 2 things mean process so the solar projects you often you not caring for months and again I went through this at a similar kind of feeling that I was getting during the interview process was feeling isolated 1 and disconnected the team so I decided to start caring excelling next to appear to crucify paired median annual interesting events and I implemented my studies that I needed to feel connected and and enviable silica as part of a team and the 1 so much during that month and then it was
time to connect appearing and has a union developer it's hollow easy when you're carrying to just what the other person driving all the time because they're fast and they know what's going on and they don't have any questions not nearly as many questions as I do and an and so my coworker have this amazing idea she brought me some toys the stress that give these 2 people you from and so that way they would step back and would keep their hands busy while I was able to take the initiative to step forward and drive and that this is how I feel about
90 their only really really incredible he is not a chilling however anatomy I like looking at this frame and same answer can you accept while I do this area not of banks years ago in the in called well I really low medium this is a really big picture of the man Ross celebrated together could could be we should be sending really see and in the the then I can see the kind of then 0 and so soon after and in January I got hired on permanently as a software engineer lithium and yet it is is a very if they can hire an and solution than but I missed it but it helps me know and
and now I'm part of this much larger amazing team of about 40 year 50 and engineers and imitation from 40 s to both you 1 of the main engineers are my fiance and and and making I
celebrated and and it's funny because I asked my son you know if you had if you describe what I went through a Changemakers family what would you say is like you a really strong style home with them and and that's kind of I have 1 that I think they were the right uh the the the and that process
and then I saw the blank and so
and this 1 encourage fuel when you hit a point where you feel like it you can it's going to this as a pool myths phrasal and all you guys like magic school was Preussen showing to what even without so area is 1 and temperature take chances and and get C and it's the 1 show you a picture of the
thing that you can it and and that's the thing is the my questions from the without B yes and the yeah the the you want the little Meyer and their who can both did that and made a world of difference for me was being flexible with my time the so for example muscle team leads at 6 and I we 45 and i also getting earlier than anybody else and usually when I get and the only people there the chief architect and the CEO and and so have allowing me to to do that and it means I solo lot mornings them but it's really great for me the human body that because I can sit there I can pick up a story and I can dig into the code and read it so that when care comes then I'm more able but this conjunction and and then hands of also has great health benefits for kids like that it's actually not that expensive for me insurance and which is great in in the nonprofit sector I always have to pay full Lake focus from conceptual expensive to ensure that you can say so the response from the restaurant of things 0 and you need to pick the team just really supported the times when I am struggling with something at home and I can talk my colleagues and members about what's going on in get their support and then not cycle that sort of thing and and there's actually another only can contain there 2 other parents that are direct steam so there's a lot of and the the end of the year the the and the so there's a few questions and some and we implement and so when you ask about the salary and half of How triples that be and I was with and I got tired of the rate within the range that they said to expect I think the people who have been what the other in this is the season ethical and universities can the South and so the higher in brains were my friend was like and people been around 125 usually the people that already have tech backgrounds and maybe in a different aspect of like the lexical were designed something in that kind of expanding their skill set and on a brand new to it so yeah an arrest investment story options of the time commitment for the program I the people 1 way beyond the time commitments that they said to me and I couldn't do it so I just I did not do this and commitment that they tell you need to and I told them ahead of time like this is what I can do can I come to program they're like you can try they may as well which that make were not going to stop you and this can be hard to parts and yeah the impostor syndrome like where the book people who had so this then of it's up to but the impostor syndrome and would help to get through that what I'm feeling that like greatness yeah and persistent of edge is and so I don't think I got through it the 1st time think they succumb to it in their left and I didn't hurt the amount of effort that I would have to keep going and I think part of it was because it was really inspired by the by what I was distracting myself with and that not really powerful to Medan feeling in a lot of ways an but part of it was also because I was like go there are all these people I know for way last and who will have an ion and and can get work so I was trying hard to public and but then this time I think this time I just said fuck it this time I said that I I really kept the mentality as but I love this this is something that I was really passionate about and had so much fun doing and and I remember my colleagues that x in and they don't know anything in there like they were learning as they went to and a lot of them had CS degrees but they I feel like there are a wide range of skills that you need to be an engineer and some people are seriously lacking being able to interact with people and that makes you really bad in and then there are some people who may not have liked the fastest typing and the most and you know that their ability to very quickly come to a solution about a problem that but you have the ability to look at the bigger picture and and think about the team as a whole in ways that maybe someone else can and I think you just have to really appreciate yourself through the skills that you have and recognized that code is coded and you can learn it and its value and it's hard on everybody struggles everyone hits the head against staff and I have senior engineers some 18 right now that sometimes take a couple days to figure out a solution to a problem and because is complex and so I and that's OK and just keep asking a lot of questions and the answer questions you we can see that of is of really quickly ever doing this for almost 20 years my soulster was that the Mimi dimension my team up OK think that it I think part of it is each thing that you pick up is the new challenge in a ticket you don't know either in a solvent to use all that you have to keep that in mind and kind to say no effort like this said discuss tried I will so figure out if I don't ask for help so you know the thinking on my question was about the boot camp itself you feel like that is they give you enough to to to be able to take on the job that you have now and and not not I know I did when I want to lust you mean fewer lots to loss you know I mean sometimes you can try to solve a problem and sigh like festival sectors by problems in this 1 problem that matches were even the could start you know I don't know I mean it maybe this is part of my bias from dutiful time to think it takes a while to just learn how to solve problems but you know I'm trying to get In my whole his forces groups curves and I at a guess they disagree and I feel like a learning how to ask questions lying how to follow the clues and that you see in front of you reading errors and pay attention to the details and I don't think it takes that 1 2 0 and that's an In Villicus something pick up quickly I felt like the camp was amazing I learned I learned have learned and I learned how to go on let go of it and the ego and you learned how to and being humble and audacious at the same time and believe in myself and and and not see something as too hard to overcome an and making a fairly early on color when the 1st weeks I was there there really k here's your in Denver when you install like when you build rails this is this is where the gems our open and read the source code like just go through industry thousands of lines of code and you thousand lines of code ago 3 100 and pages a thousand pages in a book a like just go through and just consume you can and eventually you'll see patterns and that code is looking for a lot of it's just looking for patterns and and and have fun and I wanna go over many times it's 206 some over time and now much the finance thank you and and then so let that yet so that's at the constitutional and and you can invade take a language but you can apply the same process any language and pick it up so that's zoophilic what the became there's are really really good at this just like jumping in running something quickly and you had a question sure so you like go and maybe not an iceberg being in engineering but you're an expert at being a mother so what's 1 thing that's easier for you as an engineer because you've been among I would never salmon expert being must of so the and and that yeah no I feel like that I honestly would never ever in my life con myself an expert anything because that would mean that I've had the end of my learning process and will never get there and anything because I'm always going to be learning and trying to be a better person and but to your question about where it about parenting has informed me as an engineer I and I mean I think there are a lot of things I guess being like sunny someone mentioned something about Willie healthy relationships and how I'm giving people specific positive feedback and it is it is actually a strategy for a people 4 couples Austel on time and single with 1 out there and but but it's it that a strategy and used as a super residencies the directors face to have a whole huge team of like 125 people at supervised and so that's an and as a supervisor as a parent as a teammates hanging on my friend team that is something that always served me very well giving people very specific and positive feedback not just like your great the pair with but I really appreciate when and you know I really enjoyed how you wrote the testimony the test after I really enjoyed how you have me right the testimony made that have passed improvement an and so giving specific and getting really specific about that has and has serving on an 22 how I was curious if we don't win your interview process if you faced of any sort of age discrimination did you face people asking you about your age or I d face anything like that and if so how did you cut it you dress at and enough if you're assuming that I mean the all this but if you you look really young but I realize 0 you have a couple kids and they have to have a computer and and I guess I and model people may seem and 37 of than that I a I don't think I faced age-discrimination and they had knows where I know there and I think the what I think more than anything I don't know that it was and it was directed discrimination it's more the process of interviewing right now is is a is not optimal and I think that the process I'm and actually you were describing it it's a and I don't remember any we were talking about this earlier today he was describing in every process of his company is and I went through a similar interview and it was awful it was the most anxiety ridden interview I've ever had I was not able to communicate mining knowledge and barely at all because I felt like I was just being hammered and it was more like an interrogation than an interview and not 1 die literally cut me off like every question you would ask me if I answered the cut me off while I was talking in economy with the a question and answer was Internet when he cut me off from him with the next 1 and and past really city where interact with people that's just not very humane are kind and and honestly I I want that and of you being I I don't wanna work for your company even if you make me an offer because I don't want to work with people who were going to interact with me like that i don't wanna work with team members who might be cutting me off and moving us along the way that like they're much more at they're much better ways to to be so and I would just encourage people to examine your interviewing strategies and what those strategies are serving like what purpose surveying and the and that I would and how they are leaning toward your goals and type 1 voltage and some the media thank the if it was in the middle of the web graph and that you
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Titel From Director to Intern: Changing Careers as a Single Mom
Serientitel RailsConf 2016
Teil 13
Anzahl der Teile 89
Autor Martyny, Teresa
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DOI 10.5446/31514
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Abstract At the beginning of 2015 I was a Director in the non-profit sector, 13 years into my career. My days revolved around crisis intervention and violence prevention. I kept people alive and was well respected in my field. A mom of two, flying solo, people thought I was brave, stubborn... and a little insane... to step out on the ledge of career change. Come on out on the ledge and humble yourself with me. It'll make you a better engineer.

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