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Django Tales: How Django and Its Community Can Change Lives

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a lot of people and the time and the and the end of the of thank you for the best of all thank everyone for coming to my talk of hello hello like we would stay in Germany but since when taxes and then form a all of this is that the severe covered through wasn't able to find the text of like energy so someone wants to make 1 of reader the of
many of them have the and actually add and asked me how do you pronounce the last minute told him and it's gonna explain it because a lot of people ask me it's close and it's actually 1 of the easier police names so not only about 2 years of of the OK I'll tell you more about that later and life like talking I'd like to think that not yet that yes that and everyone who contributed to our diversity program it's because this diversity and financial aid program that I'm able to be here and talk to you today so thank you I'm here today to use share some Jane was stories and tell you how handle and its community can change like my talk of planet out into parts in the 1st part I'll tell you a story of a young women who come the start learning genuine got involved in the community and whose lives were changed by doing so and the 2nd part will take a closer look at the 2 and the community itself OK let's start
with the general stories 1st like to do a little set a man of you have heard of the your Django story interview series on the general goals block who have had red some stories who here at all the end of a that's a word and then at the question that you have been featured and that area of you going to be featured at the end of the day at the office at now those of
you who haven't heard of interview series it's on blog that jingle also that work at highly recommend that you check it out at Jet 1 woman we can actually just published a new general story this morning
I'm sorry some of you may wonder why a demo stories lattice interview theory so we started front cover reasons the number 1 reason was we wanted to show that there are lot of Austin women in the community should you do Django that some of you may never heard of and the 2nd reason is we wanted to show that there are so many ways which can lead you to Rick to a career programming you don't need a computer science degree 2 don't need a boyfriend who's a programmer you can start now and learn and the gradient the the women we
featured so far 65 of them and there are a lot more to come we started into this series on September 8 2014 so 2 miles
activity in history but a which is pretty cool and if someone wants to make a cake and bring it tomorrow and do OK so let's
get started with the individual stories so this is my friend 0 please keep in mind that I just picked out 8 there's a lot more so the feel inspired please check out the blog to this story and Dory was 1 of the 1st integrals attendees who got a job after attending a workshop she's from Budapest and she studied psychology and philosophy and after finishing her degree she didn't really know what you wanted to do that she was interested in digital humanities so 1 of her friends recommended that she owes look at the Udacity with that and she started teaching herself coding she then apply for the real Summer of Code but she didn't get an which was really upset about but she got into the general growth workshops and after the workshop she went home she quit her job and she started teaching herself governing full-time and after speaking about general graph at a local me that she was invited for an interview and she's got her 1st job this is what you wrote on Twitter do
has now when working at the company for almost a year she organized to generous workshops in Budapest she's very involved in the local Python community and she coached at foraging over all the events and I think she's the 1st person who coached organized and attended a general workshops this is just 1 example of how gender girls can turn women not only into developers that new community leaders door is actually not very interested in January fault she's more interested in pure Python development but here's what she says about the gender community she
want to be part of the general community even you think that you think that communities of the all that the community and actually talk to people all the time and they tell me you know I don't attend these conferences because I'm particularly interested in the codes I come here for the community
next to my friend Tina story keenness from Poland she has moved to Scotland last week will show study computer of security and foreign and like story I making not in Berlin at the very 1st integrals workshops and I can say it's because of genuine girls that I met my 2 very best friends we travel together we organize workshops together we chat pretty much every day and King Bergen to growth workshop last month she organized when in a hometown cut cool
and her mom and her grandmother right to attend the workshops and gotten them actually broken arm and her leg so she can come at you really wanted to and her grammars that her biggest motivation for attending a jam growth workshop was to show people that you're never too old to learn something new which I think is really really also and yes they do believe we can call that 1 of king biggest successes when it comes to spreading of of coding King also wrote a
really great article last month from model you culture if you don't know moulvie culture please check it out it's the great tech online publication I've written for them before well her title was how the glorification of suffered about birds of compromises tech companies at such an important topic so please read the article who if you have read the article yes grade of the when
acting on what you us about gender she said that the community is friendly and open to new learners the 0 and actually I have been trying to convince King for almost a year to do an interview far into the serious and she was always and I don't know enough Django my stories not inspiring and boring so 3 weeks ago she finally agreed so pleased to meet her and tell her that you love to read her story so she actually commit state
this is Adrian inventing new ways he she mn and on Twitter and at content in person we were both speakers and the professional chefs by training and about a year ago she started teaching herself coding and started her block called coding with nights where she teach where she shares cooking recipes and talks about her journey of learning how to code so please check it out it's also and a few months ago agent of something very brave she quit her job at a local Atlanta University where she worked ministration because she wanted to concentrate coding full time instance then she's she gave 2 toxigenic kind Europe she speaks that pi Atlanta while she took on the organization of highly disciplined and she's organizing gender girls Atlanta which is happening at the end of September and they're still looking for coaches so if you want to help out please get in touch with a 0 and it also has a tradition and whenever she comes to conference she'll bait yummy vegan cookies and I think she baked from yesterday that if you wanted to use it when I have read and an agent
told me that she loves alleging that the community is open to welcoming people other professions and I can only 2nd that yeah this is sandy and is also
here will be OK so they end up on any programming through started when her dad discouraged her from starting a career in science and he wasn't a video game programming than she was into 3 D animation Janet studying graphic design and then changed her major to web development I think and said during and after college he had several jobs as a PHP developer from developer and path and of opera and this year and the organized often workshops and Mexico which were a huge success and at the same time she started teaching herself Django and after only 3 months of experience with tutorials she scored her 1st job as a general upper which is really really cool and then at the gender birthday party and gave her very 1st conference talk about the mysterious pattern community in Mexico and with the help of Jack Triplett she's got her deceased she just got a job in Salt Lake City where she works as much and gender developer which is really really cool so I do think it's safe to say that and you definitely proved her father wrong the any also less about the community
that it's it's approachable and friendly and she told me that she's really happy that she switched from PHP PeteJ and go the this is eric
up it because from Slovenia and after high school Eriko went to beauty school and became a hairdresser and after working in a job for a while she lunch switch to sail switchedOn like and then she started working of ECTS as a social worker for a project which help young drug addicts find their way back into society Internet job she would always teach them and I wanted to
fill in the blank with what you wish to do in my and willing to work hard to get there so she decided to practice what you preach and she went back to school she had to finish 2 degrees and at the age of 27 she enrolled in college to study computer science and after college to get involved in the general community to and she worked as a Django devout urge is very active in the community in Slovenia yeah here's what Erica
said anything that statement is really really powerful Django would have never reached its height if it wasn't for its community it's almost like Django as a software framework and the general community is the framework for the successful tech community I think that's something we can be proud of this is facility
so this an economist by training the and she worked in the field for 8 years the last year she started running out she didn't really like her job anymore and her family and she has a pretty strong back tech background so when she was 12 she started teaching herself coding for while until she got distracted by other things and so at the end of September last year Dorian I organizing generals Budapest and so be applied and gotten and she was so inspired that each day after working for 8 to 10 hours she would come home and start working through Python Django tutorials and she did that for a while then quit her job and just started volunteering for the community and so on she's not super active in her local community she organize effect generous Budapest edition she's on the organizer cheaper generic and Europe which will be held in Budapest and 3 weeks ago she was offered her 1st job as a kind of developer and keep in mind that she only started with Python Django and December so I think that's pretty remarkable so he also says
that since general she has only become a developer should become strong and brave to and she was really surprised when she
entered the community that people were helpful and willing to explain things at no cost because apparently in the economy community people only really share knowledge in exchange for money and
this is joint and she's the newest Jenga girl and professionally Jordan works and social media of but she set her dream has always been to become a disney princess so that's what she said she said she did she says she just modified from wearing a crown to wearing a suit and she wants to work on the corporate side of Disney 1 day and during attended the general
birthday law and then she said that changed her life because you realize that coding was more than just changing some numbers and letters to make some box appear and the Jeff triplet standpoint then encouraged and Jordan to start learning Django and she's no working through hello web at and Learning HTML and CSS along the way and her goal is to build a Disney character search website that's pretty cool and when has Jordan much less about
Django she said gender has a personality it's welcoming it's helpful it's contagious that's the 1st part of the sporting world that didn't feel like numbers and letters and incomprehensible data on a screen to me and Jordan lesson Lawrence Kansas used to work for the Lawrence Journal world for the past 3 years were gender was born so she thinks that must've been fate OK now I told you all of these great stories so I think it's time to talk a little
bit about myself I don't like talking about myself all has the reason for a k so I get a degree in english and theology and after finishing my degree I don't really know what I wanted to do but that I had a friend at that time who was the pattern developer and he was always very enthusiastic about pattern and the community and 1 evening I just ask them out of the blue do you think I can learn how to code music share everyone can learn how to code and he gave me the link to the Python code Academy tutorial and that's how my story with coats started some analysts always 1 of those girls are like math like problem-solving but it wasn't as great in this figure as created it as there was an English or humanity so clearly to me and my family my strength were and in science they were in a different field but I really like coding and decided to give it a shot silences and high comments to then went to Europe I thought so that aid you then I I gave my 1st conference talk high Tennessee this year and that yes that grants yeah was became the director of the peasants patterns suffer foundation around the year 2 History Interview series I'm the leader of the party's remote was recently ordered offered a job to work for all dairy and I'm not telling you this to brag about myself and all I'm telling you this because it would have not happened had it not been for general girls and the general community and so many people helping and encouraging me so thank you everyone and you may think that's
going from an anticipated 2 from English and theology to a career in programming might feel weird at that so to for a long time until I watch the general birthday talk 2 in particular there is no 1 may enter got when they're doing a conspiracy and 1 day David Ryan born in Dallas cane and out of right that there is a little bit of a chain of conspiracy in my own story so this guy Langston Hughes he's an American poets who was as in the 19 twenties during the harlem renaissance in the last year of college I spend a lot of time with links then because I wrote my thesis on him and that's where he grew up in Lawrence and with whom and who knows maybe me discovering Django with status well after all
so these growth and attainder superstars to me and I find their stories to be so inspiring and some of those stories me some might fairy tales that there was actually a lot of heart works and how the card work involved in all of them so I think the stories true that Django can directly change life change last and has changed a lot alliance including my own in order to keep the interview
series going we need your help them so there's only really Chiu criteria they have to me to participate you have to be a woman and you have to work with genuine anyway it doesn't matter if you work with the profession years but what it's for fun so if you aren't also woman and would like to do an interview please get in touch with me don't be shy all your stories are inspiring are keynote someone please of please reach out to me as well the OK so we see that the general community definitely definitely played a big role in all of these stories and presented to you so let's take a more in-depth look at the gender community itself in the 2nd part of my talk would
even as the community so called nonsense communities have standards values and rules that kind defines the community when we look at the gender community we have standards values and rules as well we have for example contribution guidelines we have rules when it becomes to becoming and ESF staff member but
we also have values like diversity friendliness respect being coming considerate understanding which we documented in the code of conduct and the diversity statement but if you look at communities there something that all people of the community have in common so what do we all have in common it's pretty easy
we all of Django whether we like the kind the community there something we all love about chain of saying let's take a look at what's really Austin about gender
it why Django you unit some answers in the 1st part of my talk if you're interested in reading more answers again check out the interview series and also passed on Twitter and here some of the answers I
received than a lot of them are pretty similar and just to sum it up to people like the excellent documentation the like the code of conduct and the ruling to enforce it and that people are welcoming friendly and supportive so let's do little survey again if I would have asked you what's also about gender were you would have given the same answers yeah all quite a lot so I guess that that's accurate and
other people say I came for the framework I stay for the community it by its who you would say that's true for that if you look at your own general story who you would say it's true for them yeah and Andrew actually told me that he found he didn't really do Django and then he was asked to do teratogenic book and told them all American Red evoke before and I don't like experience the community and he told me he wrote the book for the community OK so I think we all agree that there are a lot of things that are also them and that that Django doubts right it but now comes the but like to insert this morning we're not done
yet the things we can do better so what are the things I have some Twitter again and here are some
of the answers are received and I like to take a closer look at 2 of them mentioning agenda was not beginner a friendly having if you begin a friendly books with mentoring included would help I was a little confused when I read that statement because people talk about how a friendly generous all the time and then I thought about it for a while and I did some research and I tend to agree with it said wet weather did if they went to the gender project website I clicked on contribute to Django and when you do so you find a bunch of information assign a prior the sign up for the mailing list how to contribute 1st patch but there's something missing which is really crucial we don't have meant for information we had the common tours for general con why don't we have code mentors for the Django project think about it this way 1 evening you decide I wanna contribute to Django and then you start working on your 1st patch and you get back and you need to ask someone a question but you don't wanna have the mailing list you don't want has been errors the because you don't know the people you don't know they're friendly you don't wanna some stupid you don't wanna waste their time I'm like that I hate asking questions in front of a bunch of people so you don't ask a question and then you don't furniture finisher patch and that way we might potentially lose contributors they think there's an easy way to fix that it's much easier to just ask 1 person we could easily fix that by adding mentoring information to the web site I then had a look at the easy pickings have there were 5 of them at that time and they were all and claim which was pretty good but there were other times when I look when all the easy pickings were claimed and they were still all hot to me and that's 1 reason why I haven't contributed to general yet because it's still hard so I think if we had if we would say the easy pickings and had meant worse who could walk walk beginners through the steps of contributing a 1st Pacha fixing up but we would gain a lot more contributors and as someone else that that Jano should offer more opportunities for sponsors to give back so that Django can grow faster and better and they didn't mean that sponsors should give back by giving the gender project money they meant that sponsors should it's that the employees work in general for free for a couple of hours a month so if you own a company to give your employees sometimes to work on Jan go for a like and I'll have a day a week a day in I think that's a great idea next improvement let's take a look at
our core team if current correctly currently only 3 women on the core team for a long time there was only 1 woman 1 woman on the core team which was Karen Tracy I think we can do much better than that under a mass slide you can actually see 50 per cent women and I think that should be ultimate goal so how can we achieve that if you want to type on this year Guido gave a keynote and he said he would personally take the time to train 2 women to become Python co-developers over the course of the next year if each member of the core team took some time to mentor someone from an underrepresented groups we could to reach that goal in no time the also I would like to propose to
change the name quality into supporting or something else gender graph that that recently and I think it's me it meant a lot to me anything that change made a huge difference so if you look at the core of an out all the queries can the heart of the apple which helps the apple growth but we all do that for gender we all help Django grow in some way so we're all part of the heart of Django so why do we only call that small team of people core team I think we can get by changing the name that it would be a lot more accurate so let's start thinking about that I would suggest support team if you have a different idea I love to hear from you next suggestion I would like
to I would like to DSF to open up the membership and actually already proposed that to them so so far we only have 2 membership categories there the corporate members and their the developer members and the corporate members the members because they donate to the DS AF and the developer members are appointed in recognition of their contributions to GenGO and I don't like systems that a point people because I don't think of systems are very open for the operator norm and you're to nominate yourself and even those people that I'm friends with I'm not sure if they're at the DSF members so maybe I would nominate them and someone else would nominate them and so they will never become guess that members which is unfair In our diversity statement we say we are what we welcome everyone FIL logical consequences for me would be to open up membership the PS that that bad and a couple of months ago I believe and what they do is that everyone can become a basic PSF member which means you don't have voting rights that everyone can stand up to be a contributing member so you have to agree to the code of conduct and self-certify that you contribute to Python entity it just after work at least 10 hours a month and if you if you look at yourself and show that a lot of us contribute to Jennifer way more than 10 hours a month so let's start thinking about that I would also again like to propose to rename developing members to just members are contributing members because that's I think it's misleading because not all of the other developers we don't all contribute coat but we all contribute to the general community in some way so I think we can find a better name for it and sometimes it's kind of like you hot the developing members and then you have and different membership category and it's kind of like that if you're not about memory on his 2nd class members so I think we should really change that next
improvement sometimes things become political in open source communities and that creates barriers to contributions I have not experienced that in January at some of you may have experienced that but I have experienced that in effect community epigenome community and that let me to feeling very unwelcome and thinking about leaving the project and only contributing very little nowadays so sometimes what happens is that people create a project and then the open source it because they kind of want people to contribute their time to make the project bigger but what they sometimes don't want to do is to listen to people suggestions and that doesn't work and I don't think we really want that to happen so I think we should only we do a lot of it would uh we have a lot of initiatives that bring new people to the general community but I think what we do what we should really concentrate on is keeping those people that are already community in the community that we should make sure that they actually stay in the community that's a pretty easy way to do that just listen to
people and make sure that you actually hear them and so there's a big difference between listening to people and actually hearing what they have to say face when someone makes a suggestion you should acknowledge the problem and then the tall and see how you can improve things and I'm not saying that you have to do everything that people suggest that just make sure that you get the feeling that you heard them and get that you think about it so if you decide not to do it at least take the time to say hey I heard you I thought about your suggestion I don't wanna do it we call them and tell them the reason and the reason shouldn't be no because that's that's all OK 0 and also in Japan at so and I think you should treat your contributors as friends not as employees especially if you don't pay them anything that sometimes that is and I think it's really really important that we try to be kind to each other because you may be the founder of a project but if what if it wasn't for a lot of other people contributing your project would be what it is today which leads me to the next point
money we should really start talking more about how we can find open source projects like Django more sustainably and Russell achievement he opened the conversation about this in his bike on Australia talk he's giving the talk again a general can't include then feel he wrote an X excellent article about it so if you have time what trestles talk and read the article and I just want
to point out that this is not about people getting rich from the country and open source this is about creating equal opportunities because all of us were able to contribute to open source we have the time and money to do so there are other people who need to put in putting those hours at their day job to make money to make a living so by paying people we contribute we help them contributes to Django or other open-source projects and the police as it turns out that time and well the disproportionately possessed by the young white middle class and male we really need to change that so how can you help me
of course that you have the financial means it would be awesome if you would contribute to initiatives like that yes that that's not and general girls or the general current US and EU financial aid programs but there are a lot of things you can do which don't cost any money at all 1st thing which is so important it's just the kind if you walking around general common and you see someone looking kind of lost source fat just walk up to then introduce yourself last and you wanna come to lunch with me do you wanna go to the next session with the just the kind smile told there also and tell them you appreciate the word kindness is so easy to achieve and something we so often forget the next point is encouraged people encourage people start learning Django encourage them to submit their 1st patch to agenda encourage them to submit a top proposal and even if they think they have nothing to to say and you think they do encourage them to come to a conference with you if it hadn't been for so many people encouraging me I would have done so many things that wouldn't stand here when you PSF or there wouldn't be involved with the yes I would work for Algeria and it's all about encouraging people hop connect the dots all it
took for just to do you wish to guide Jordan in the right direction and give her the right resources and now she's learning djangology super motivated all it took from a friend to do was to tell me yes you can learn how to program and to give me that 1 if you had told me know and I don't think programming is for a given would instantia today if someone's looking for a job and you know someone who's hiring just connect the 2 it doesn't take a lot of time and effort that it makes such a huge difference in someone else's life be mn
tour this is bad taste explaining something to King during the Genghis that Pike on a lot of you may know but he's he's often yields the record when it comes to coaching and angles event and he an asks a mentor and I believe that every expert obligation to spend their time for help there to help beginners if you think about it this way when you started learning Django there are other people who knew more than you and those people helps you and they took some time to explain things to you and that's it's because of those people that you are where you are today so I think you should spend your time to volunteer and help other people just start giving back it doesn't have to be a whole day just an hour a week is enough of an example so my friendly and I met him a pattern in the US in Wisconsin alevin Germany so there's a 7 hour time difference and each Wednesday he gets them an hour earlier so we can care program before he has to start working and it's working really really great I know that I can ask them questions she doesn't make me feel stupid and who learns because I'm asking questions so mentoring is only super rewarding also gained great teaching skills and 1 2 I can give you the best the 1st step to being a good mentor is asking a lot of questions don't assume just ask ask your men t g you know that don't assume they know concept x and y just ask and you know that in that way you'll give them the opportunity to say no because if you assume that they know something they might feel uncomfortable to say 0 I'm sorry I don't know that so just ask questions same goes for
beginners if you're a beginner ask lots of questions Nicole Harris as asking questions isn't just about helping yourself you also teaching the community how they can better help beginners if you don't understand then your teacher the community and the docks needs some improvement it is not a reflection of the intelligence are ability to learn so they're asking questions you help the community to help us understand what we need to do better so I can only encourage you to ask a lot of questions and my final suggestion
is to organize the genome growth workshop in your town are 2 coaches agenda girls workshop at that something you like to do I love to chat with you about it I promise that a lot of fun just to give you an idea of gender of what gender roles have achieved for the general community in the past year this was generous in
July 2014 we had a workshop and of Berlin Wall sorry in Australia
and this is genuine girls in May 2015 but you know there's still a lot of space left on the map so consider organizing a workshop yourself here are some stats from
last month there were 26 upcoming events 54 past events almost 55 100 applicants over 16 hundred attendees total in 37 countries such a growth has been really successful but in order to keep on growing they really need your help that's all I have to to
that's all I have for you today thank you so much for listening and thank you to everyone who helped me and thank you to everyone who's helping other people in the community you're all of them I won't
be doing it a because the preferred chatting people in the hallway track but I'll be around all week so please tweet me come up to me and I love to chat with you so and if they
chose this like we would say in German or by English that since were in Texas and is that they buy all thank you and have a greater risk that few it and of the 1 norm and the government and
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Titel Django Tales: How Django and Its Community Can Change Lives
Serientitel DjangoCon US 2015
Teil 06
Anzahl der Teile 46
Autor Ossowski, Anna
Mitwirkende Confreaks, LLC
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 3.0 Unported:
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DOI 10.5446/32759
Herausgeber DjangoCon US
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract "I came for the framework but I stayed for the community.“ Many people make this statement when asked "Why Django?“. The Django community can change lives and has changed many lives, including my own. I’d like to share Django Tales with you, stories of inspiring women whose lives were changed by learning Django and becoming involved in the community. But what is it that makes the Django community so special and awesome? What do we all love about Django and its community? There is no doubt that the Django community is great but we’re not done yet! There are things we can improve. So what can we do better? And how can you help improve our community? How can you help people become part of our community? If you’re curious about the answers to those questions and would love to hear inspiring Django Tales, then this is the right talk for you :) Some things I will talk about: The "Your Django Story“ interview series on the Django Girls blog Why Django Stories? How Django can change lives: Stories of awesome whose lives were changed by learning Django What’s awesome about the Django community? We’re not done yet! What can we do better? How can you help people become part of the community/make our community better?

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