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so hello again my name's Amy had spent in hand I am make automation and inheritance magnitude of well the 2 and so as you can see there's lying molesters get on with the January that's when I made this image but I'm going to use my give have a history as a way of telling my story so yeah and how I got to become a coordination engineer at the 2 OK so little background about me by the way this is going to be a story so no demos hear anything sorry if you really wanted was sure that anger beginning 1 liter and the way before this so before last year I had no background in technology at all so I have my degree in film and my 1st other colleges as a casting director and then I was planning to stay home with kids because I was part my 1st kid and then I and while I was pregnant with my 1st get I work on this felt his is a scene there will be blood this movie and and so have heard about a words but like Best Actor and Best Film of the year and topic that was really good when you're chasing after in Dallas like you get a lot like Wal-Mart commercials and Home Depot commercials and like the movies theories and the like that and so when I got this script and I read it I was like 0 my gosh the syndicate 1 and so can then like they didn't even send every male you had to have a FedEx hard copy of it existing 1 spread was of that so and we did locations casting of so I didn't get to meeting of the Lewisville location testing means you just cast everybody that's not hollow that recently and so on were tried but often this film that I wanted to do really good job Austin and went to more for text in Finland ever heard of that as workers were looking for the little boy in the movie and I and so long story short they took you know took forever you're have clear and of movies and the might have that are watching it and like any good film person you wait until all the credits are over before you leave a message passing credits and you'll notice no 1 named in any is on the slide and I think I thought there instead of the 2 years in that theater I was who really super frustrated because of my boss who I subcontracted it through the I didn't do it time on the job of an act word this is not the kind of model for an AI so little that the bell and that's the way it goes with want careers like you work your butt off you get maybe and you don't get much validation for and so but after that I did that and have a home decorating as was staying home and home decorating use power tools made always cool fund projects and stuff and but the point of it is that I kept on going and all of these careers in the writing of blogging and things like that and beyond a long tail career is like acting in music in writing all of those things and the vast majority of people earn very little doing those things and a handful of people like my with a new law are in most of the money doing it right and so on and as we all know tech careers as well and that is a bit of a long tail enough but most of the people are pre and this is just like a little this is not to scale so I just do this by no so bad then granular how I see decoration is is really more stable and making more than the than the tale of creative type of quantum careers so it was because of this reality so that my husband was trying to convince me to get technology because he saw that that like a really OCD part of me that really wants to finish something really wants to dig into a problem and solve something and ands so he can't on thing would the get technology and and for years I would just think he was crazy because I'm not person so I but it got me thinking and I was so I was done having kids and last year In August all 3 of my kids would be in elementary school at the same time and so I thought was a great time go back to work and you decide you can and should be and so on but but is and how were looking to go to a calendar last years now we're looking around April last year and I think home at this point full disclosure for 10 years I had done some you know somewhat Muriel things like a level home decorating business that I hadn't somewhat in things like that but for the most part Marissa really super so I I thought management have to go go back to school and get like problem in the air Something and it to be making the money I wanna remaking and to be in a position I wanted the and what not so instead of the gene that and just studying the gene that I was like how had 2 years of this like not continue was gonna do that but I was done with school I really done with school and so on and so on April 18 buster took back and I will lose then take it ends and then apply for graduate school and then you know that I have my options within the will of the author right and so I did that on April 18 but there was a slight really who will do this so this label 19 I told you right and I'm kind of into this 1 personalities as the cell is activated so I do things with this I think of them I didn't answer very today realizing they didn't wanna go to graduate school I said Lucy without there's so scuttling Dominican of solid jobs would would easily transfer from a casting career into something else right and so is really this guy's face were out by the way I have so that account manager this and either interviewing more and the talking came up kids because we don't hide it and in Catalan thing and he was young early thirties snow kids not married and I was so angry whatever and but he kept on talking about my kids and my parental status and he would say stuff like on how I can do it with kids I need this job is really demanding and will as tell so margin right as analysis in that locked inside you know I don't know why accompanied irrespective of saying stuff like and well you know we've got it figured out even as many of the plans and ways so we're we're good we're good and but I could clearly see that had lost and he was not interested in hiring a mother of 3 children and so on you know just for the record of er this is an aside and mothers probably you every path every person in this room was a mother in the company OK that's like should there is a lot harder starting will I know and the old really watch out for your back and so anyway I laughter they're just really defeated I saw somebody 10 years younger than me in the waiting room who where is I'm probably going to get the job because she didn't have children and and so I left their common has been understood to feed him I said you and the old even like will residents the times I said have to do something that is just completely different and was going to have to add a nite adding any diversity to any of these fields that I'm going into because I look the same as everybody else applying for these jobs and so on and I have the worse resonator right and so I need to build up my skills in some other area to be able to provide a different mind-set to another field ends so he was like how about the quality and so on there was like a like a this again and so and but as we all know
change happens the pain of staying the thing becomes the great that becomes greater than the pain of change and at that point thing if there was painful by interview was really super painful ends so the very next great what is this April 21st I to I tried to do is change my decorating outside to be hosted on GitHub and so I was experimental bullet you know and I was like that were hard disk get aspect of it and I let my has always tell the story and there's me about there's myself now and I think I was the 1st that I cried at this 1 issue because then he goes don't worry everybody cries of England get so think about having a little better so if you did try when you learn get tell other people and will help them omega the letter and OK so that were still in April now OK and I tried my hand to get from him again innovative didn't use the Jackal template yet that which was really what would help later the government so they able if these guys who you might recognize came to dinner at my house a hands so the story goes back and my husband works at a lot point of sale company and so he had been the you know bring the big definitive to company in everything and using Scheffer a while back I this is pretty typical his security people were the blocker to have a lot of his initiatives ends he would come home every day and say things like how harsh this guy like he just says no to everything and so I would say well like what is the need like you there's not a reason he he would just be sitting over anything I mean he's gotta be happening and when 1 is you need basically what happened you meet his knees were the last man and so you a year of this right of him coming home in complaining me telling him 1 1 and 2 and this is trying to coach and a little bit more in the anybody already and so I and it started working and then add it inspector started that becoming a little more popular I guess of any net he Michael realized to that that he could show them how to use in the back and that now that and yeah Michael was able to see all these infrastructures gonna he the but now the security and compliance people could see other compliances codon notes nice marriage there and so it like worked it was really amazing because this was literally about a year of all of this ends we had to celebrate we link it would that have been really weird celebrate so we had like so many firms have we had and just often dominate we had of the 2 securing a blind people had Michael's bars icon for everybody and I am so is it a picture there were literally like doing the dishes that night's taking the technology of this is not the table and Michael said I give it up in the air right now like boosting environment people and he said perhaps is 1 in the back he said I think that would be a really cool thing that would lower the barrier to entry for you because it's supposed to be really super human readable on it's supposed to be and please defer for securing find people who aren't typically developers and so you could learn it and they in it may what about it may be right that also they have like 0 documentation that right now and so you could and you have your own but he had very little confusion and so you could like right these tutorials will as you learn about you could write tutorial to help people to so up all that was his idea by the way all of those tutorials and and ends I was still that skeptical because we really like had never even open the line before I wouldn't know anything and so I was skeptical and any that look just give it 3 weeks try it for 3 weeks if you totally hate it other than evidence and nobody to something else and so I said OK what about 3 weeks right of if you do anything in 3 weeks so my question for you is maybe even thinking of a type of person like this maybe it's a career change that somebody is looking to do that you know that you think I'm handing really got like developer reminds us of something and and you really want help them out you won't happen help them on their journey so how can you convince them to give you 3 weeks is their problem that you have that they can solve for you so the pop problem that was solving was that and I Michaels secure in Weinstein needed some documentation about how to get started with inspect and and so surely you have a problem that can be solved through somebody else's learning so start brainstorming on that OK so around the same time had I was thinking well against technology that I need to like Sir networking and staff and so and I had read this blog post by a guy named Martin they used to be used in art sermonizing consultant than with the company as anyway he wrote a blog post about and encouraging women in that box and he said 1 of the ways is that women can start by organizing the devout stays events which I highly recommend that you all that and so so I thought what they're although I had an e-mail that the that of these organizers in Dallas and see if they want to help and as nervous about it because this is a totally new world to me into somebody that is new to the industry and technology people can be pretty intimidating and so on and was kind of a result writing e-mail but then 6 minutes later and later said that absolutely I so that 1 can I might not be able to know right right in batches something that was 2nd organize a conference so but this is so cool because this was sort of and a really instrument all an example of lending privilege so anyone Simmons gives a talk of lending privilege which I highly recommend that you go and and watch and you too but he talks about how if you have a privilege if you have a platform and 1 help other people you can just bring them up to your platform and and let them stay there for a little while and so now they have a platform to and so that little act right there of them letting me beyond organizing team was them allowing me to step onto the platform and a minor stomach a really big deal but all those little things really really count and so that's another thing that I encourage you to think about is what is your platform and who would really benefit to stand by and watch the then of course geologist anybody upon a form with you but and but who do you see a lot of potential and who do you see that something that can really make a change and if you just do these little things that long then your privilege then it could really move the needle for some people in their lives OK so now I'll get it may and may 1st was my very 1st Jekyll commit so started using the Jackal templates further pages and it was a lot simpler so use that as my website and I started the doing the inspect profile inspect tutorials like I talked about and just that will act right there of of having a difficult included uh website was super because the it was more things that lowered the barrier to entry into technology for me so I marked super simple right but I had never written
it I I learned how to use Visual Studio code which I really love now more than Adam sorry and because of all of the extension point and the model and then of course I was learning Inspec along the way let me use get have pages learned how to right arm inventions never even knew how to interact with the terminology it with me was new to me but not 11 it and then I was learning as I was writing and that I was using test kitchen and so there I was a mediating with with chefs and I was learning inspect and at the same time and because and you know it's compliance of coded infrastructures code it really our promotes this idea of inverted learning so I took this 1 cost by and the doctor course on Pluralsight by dining the who by the way if you're ever taking a plural psych course look for his name because he is the best I and 0 he talked about inverted learning and how doctors really good at helping with inverted learning and I immediately thought of inspections on exactly what happened within that so like you're seeing all of the combines code it's written right there for you so you're learning about infrastructure as you go and some of the things I had never seen my life but here is right there in English and so your learning about it as you go in and as you remediate with shaft then it teaches you number 1 what like a hardened system looks like in the number 2 does water all is OK so and 0 of so another really cool OK so the 1st example of lending privilege was Michael rightly he my husband he was the 1st personal and the privilege because of and all of the a teaching me and mentoring to me that he did and with up organizers and increased off he started meeting with me once a week to like teach me about inspect and it was super cold right have questions you answer them ends like how cool is bad I mean it was so generous and so like he said that the guy you know and he did that for me in that light when we move the needle for me because the usually that official right I was writing these tutorials for them and then I Michael met with us also and so he was learning about all what inspect looked like a large enterprise and then I was you know this getting to all of this extra information as well as all of the extra learning and so on cell lending privileges you know it can be mutually beneficial and so think of ways in which like I said that that person can help you solve problems and also like what is this person has the printers person that you have in mind that each of you in this room has in mind when I excited about working on so I'm really get excited about writing writing is missing and so Michael knew that about me and so he leveraged back that excitement that desire and to you know propel me forward on as an increasing sense of urgency so like I was stay home on at the moment and I wasn't working and so I had no like real deadlines or anything but like meeting with pristop once a week like that gave me this sort of false sense of urgency that really I know wanted so deliver something that was useful to him and that you know sort him back for all the time he was spending on me and so on and so that was my sense of urgency and I would come up with these like deadlines along the way so I mean I don't think that any learning can happen without a sense of urgency with little fire under you so that you can I'd be motivated and then of course and in the whole thing of all this is lending privilege somehow with the way that you can Linda privilege with the way that it can be mutually beneficial to you as well and then discover inverted learning there with infrastructure is code there is like a callous opportunities there are countless opportunities for inverted learning because I we can like I said it's all written out there right now like that and so like right now I'm doing this project grant translating a bunch of Agirre on templates entered terraformed templates and so with what great learning and learned more about as you're just through doing this project than anything else because and With infrastructures coded just reading it right and what might you have to and I wanna yeah you don't have to have all this background knowledge so another thing that I keep on western because the so called but he and thing is as ours website is like a lot of you might have uh might have learned technology through relative learning which is really cool like you come up with this and and I think it's a kind of test on that this morning and you know you talked about how like you have all these other knowledge and that you learning and they are able to adapt to this other technology and then you can figure out from there was no application have all the relative knowledge and and so I had to come up with a different way of learning and so these in these people the needed technology they're not available that by relatives learning like you have to do it inadvertently and structures code this fantastic that so within that it was typical I was doing these these the workshops than in a hurry but on getting just a super simple little Workshop where he put all of the CIS controls are serious benchmarks in distance of like a markdowns she and he said OK now the right Inspector of right inspect tests for all of this and the profile out of it and hardness where chef and so that's what I did this spend my time learning through doing that and so this was 1 of those controls and is er this is 1 of those on its and so if it fell never seen 1 of these before super exciting answers top part 1 of either that 1 that's as the number of it so it'll go through might have like I chapters of other problems like 7 or 8 chapters or something and and this is the number of the control so this when things that user group on a on its secret com and so then it gives you the level citizens level 1 and then description of this order that you're doing so we're going to just do that set them on a group and then the rationale so deciding the honoring group to route because it prevents non-group users from changing the child OK superset all now I understand and the idea that you can just run that's command and that will tell you if you're in compliance on and if you're not then you can run this command down here to remediate it so that tell you all the information that you need to write your inspect provide answer media was shaft and so I did just that so there's my little inspect and profile that I had made from it are the profile that control and and the reason is that it at so good for building empathy between between teams is because this speaks to both the developer and offers an insecurity person because there's something for each of them in there so and so the Odyssey's OK there's that's a 1 . 5 . 1 that is being tested OK it's impact levels 1 great and there's its title the description is there I believe for the developers so are the and so they no why there even existence so skip over others so they they can be convinced that it needs to be there I and a in and then the the string person reader right there right there in plain english described this file its owner should equal route it's group should equal roots and so super simple and so then
and so then you run it through around you can run it locally and our remote has on its aging and dark their whichever cities these are all the the ways in which you can run it the and by the way if you know this already like you don't have to install anything on the node that's being tested it's only on whatever's running Inspec and so bit sperm super lightweight call and and so then others great output back that says OK these are all the test that you ran in this is that whether a pastor failed and then if you have failures then you can go back and them and you might or you might just right Harding cookbook for all of them that that does each each every 1 of those as well just like this OK and then also who is who is using test kitchen in here raise your hand OK good good there if few hand down but those handed down the start using it tomorrow I but that was another super cool little sandbox for me because I have this private little environment with my bigger machine and enable the and create converge long and thereby destroy and so I was doing all and with that little workshop and that's how I learned about of learned sort of enough to decide whether or not I wanted do that and was Superfund for me I really loved and so test kitchen and doing this whole little experiment was a great uh wait a see if that was good motivation for me and so do experiments to learn what your printers are due to what really motivates your and so that homo workflow was really fun for me and just that it was fun was good enough information for me that and that I could keep going it it wasn't fun then you know that would have been more information then I learned along the way however is that I we can't learn too many different things at once and so this is really cool talk an giving a more homework of talks to listen to but there's this woman in Kathy Sierra gives a talk called and making that as developers and she talks about learning it's all about learning styles and stuff and so if you are an I should have only 1 receiving a picture of the issue of of highly recommend that those times that learning and the the biggest takeaway I got from it where is this
concept where you think of your learning come on board and so you've got got call may is the stuff that you want to learn or need to learn column B is the stuff that you currently learning in column C is the stuff that you've mastered and so if you pile up too much in the then this really effective you have to be moving things slowly into but like you know the rate at which that happens like sometimes it happens very slowly and you happen to get in to see where you're really firmly mastodon something might take a really long time I so if you're not able to master something and move it into that see column then you really just and ended with a bunch of have skills and not really be effective at anything and so I kind last summer so I had started trying learn too much too soon because was super excited about all and so I was like how many think a fun and elicit right custom resources of the underlie really so it's a return on really administered forgetting what I have learned and shape and so anyway and the long story short I slowed down and now I'm trying to like released a and C 4 things and so that's another bit of advice for your as you're helping this person is like let them hang out there in some into something let them sort of specialize in a skill for a little while and a cut a few cool things happen from that number 1 variable a master something members to that and give them a time confidence and so on and number 3 rebel utilize them faster right like they're able to actually do work for you and so on that was something really important that I am
still trying to implement OK so now we're looking ahead July ends another sort of example of lending privilege I had filled out a diversity scholarship last year for chef Tom and got it because my spin on my application was that I am from our background ends the new technology and all that so I was awarded a a scholarship to shift from last year and while I was there and mass Stratton who the has applied podcast called arrested which I recommend really cool and he had been following my blog on Twitter and so he said hair her journey just can't do and be on arrested that box and so on there lectured nickel and John Kelly and there's me and totally new I mean this is July last year I like to think about the time line I just started by website in May and so I was like yeah of hydrology are obvious and game and so and the when I was there this guy right here is Trevor has he works at chef now the time he worked at magnitude and so if he thought something in me that his team was lacking like he saw as something that I could bring to the table and he thought I was a willing person that way is our I'm excited about learning and all these things and that and that sure I did require quite an investment right like it wasn't going to be and it was going to be like tomorrow that I was going to be able to be fully utilize right like he sort of did require investment but he was willing to gamble that and magnitude would put that investment in me and so he recruited me a hands on the and I the and in August I will happen to be in Chicago for a family vacation visited you didn't part and and and so I was talking the through their numbers like what could be and I want you to come my ends and no bigger anything and so were like I share common office and few people and so they work and they were like a little has their right as you would be because I was totally a new bright ends and still and but I in the car on the way over there August 12 the car on the way over there I was typing out like brainstorming everything that I could bring to the table at that company so like a might not be able to I you know completely fully utilize right away but this really these are the other things I can bring to the table that maybe maybe you need and so on and so that would then and so they decided to go ahead and take a chance on me and that folks so much to their vision in values at that company because they really put their money where their mouth was lately really care about about diversity and about diversity of thought and attitude and background and things and so they were willing to take a chance on me and they knew the back that we can't figure out things right like that that it wouldn't be easy onboarding but I'm but they were up for the challenge and so on August 25th it was my 3 kids 1st day of school where they were often be it's both at the same school at the same time kindergarten 3rd grade in 5th grade and I found and my 1st a work back in 10 years active magnitude and so all that's my question for you is what type of person the 1 best in which a team lacking who how can you find this person also if you don't already know them like what what hold it will hoping you fill out at your organization and
so in debt upstate is we had our event in September and to right was a sponsor and I was so proud to represent them as an actual employee there because I I felt like what they did by hiring me showed so much of their values and their character and so really it's a to sort of round out what I have been saying my main points on the on a like appearing forget a little while I was active magnitude a while I have been at in magnitude we've seen that I like classroom learning basically online courses and things like that it means nothing unless you're being into toward and your paired with a senior leader who can really help you through all of those problems that is the best learning and so sure it's gonna take longer ensure that it makes the mistakes ensure like I can be client-facing right away right because I'm going to say something number way ends and but that's why you have that that senior tech lead who can who can show you how it's done in you through it so that you will be that and Austin that has consultant at some point you know so that I will say 1st so as and so super super super important is that mentorship aspect of it and you can invest in somebody and spend that time and just like the so rewarded by watching their growth also because the promise you like if the person that really is worth investing and they're gonna reward you for that they're going to and work so hard for you in response I promise you and then also inverted learning like that keep on thinking of those ways in which somebody that's totally new technology can learn about technology and vertically and then the specialization that I talked about the help them to move things into that see column by really specializing in and and just staying put on 1 particular technology for a while and then of course if you did got nothing else out of this landing a platform is really and each and every person in this room has privilege and have the platform and I do myself and I'm looking for ways in which I can loan my platform to other people as well and because it can really move the needle for somebody and and honestly like when you think about it having a career in technology moves the needle for a lot of people because it's an not only the rewarding parts of it like it's was super fun super rewarding but I but it's also like an income bracket that a lot of people don't have those access to and you could help them have access to that and how people evaluate contains somebody's life right so the now I've created my own list of credits I am on there at the very end but these are all of the different people that have helped me in some way and who along the you do on the platform or inspired me or just been a really integral part of my journey and I would not be standing here today and ends the and without all of these people and this is so grateful hands I have moon credit now and I'm glad I could share my story with user thank you so much her for letting me be here and share that with you and if anybody has any questions let me know no idea now thinking and anybody have was a did I get sucked into the deep
end right away when I started it and magnitude no not really no it was honestly a little challenging to be able to find that that way of of onboarding me because I was such as sort of different candidate you know difference type of Britain and so on so I had a couple of projects in the very beginning where I was being paired with some paired with the tech lead and I was learning at hand and in the late a few of the election related projects had dried up and so they had put me on something else and we have we have some challenges with sometime around on the bench we had some time where I had to do a lot of like online learning and then we realize 0 0 we can do this anymore because this is not working at all like online courses and things like that need be on a project to learn right and and so we were like OK we we battled we quit doing that and so yeah I and really it it OK if somebody like me is checked into the deep end because as long as I have a strong typically that mentoring me like I'm going to be able to you know do and to do because and it's all announcers learning as you go to that thank you I sort think you because I know my company it has to do the inspect stuff and install compliance and we found a website and and up to us so much fun cellular glad thing here think In this session I have a question what challenges do cases a woman and the what's thing you and how do you work on the war along evidence that their most of their I believe she said that challenges as a woman demobs like I have found that out of communities hello welcoming and really inclusive and every now and then all all run into somebody that um it will you know like the immediately soon marketing and sales or something like that an an account manager governed whatever that's fine because address and but I I'm Madeira make up and you hear that I I OK honestly all I mean either work close pajamas every day for work because I work from home which I'm 0 ends when I got number the 1 where address so whatever thing but but anyway as I say could to the demobs community because I find it very inclusive obviously it's still predominantly white male and that's just the way it is but I see so much desire and so much and intentionality about making it more decrease die clues inclusive and diverse and and so I'm really hopeful and so on now I hope that answered your question him yeah and then yes Ch apical will think so much for being here I really really thinking include
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Titel My Journey Into Technology Through InSpec
Serientitel Chef Conf 2017
Autor Hedgpeth, Annie
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Unported:
Sie dürfen das Werk bzw. den Inhalt zu jedem legalen und nicht-kommerziellen Zweck nutzen, verändern und in unveränderter oder veränderter Form vervielfältigen, verbreiten und öffentlich zugänglich machen, sofern Sie den Namen des Autors/Rechteinhabers in der von ihm festgelegten Weise nennen und das Werk bzw. diesen Inhalt auch in veränderter Form nur unter den Bedingungen dieser Lizenz weitergeben.
DOI 10.5446/34597
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract With the growing demand for developers, the IT industry is tasked with bringing more workers into the field. Stereotypes and ignorance are a major blocker to this initiative. With the shortage of security and compliance professionals combined with the industry's desire to move security left, it is dire that we think outside of the box to find a solution. My journey into technology (from a background in film and art) begins by learning the InSpec framework and creating a website and using version control for the first time to blog about my journey. I attained the skills necessary to become a cloud automation engineer in 4 months, and I am continuing the narrative into my consulting career by leveraging InSpec and moving security left.

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