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such a great job saying earnings I 2 seconds before if this if the onwards Jugraj job 1 and mining there would be a quiz at the end you all of the units then that would be working on that I feel so much for coming to Oracle thinking of stupid thing to be here this is my 1st time at would home it is also my 1st time Portland I live here the other although there yet but also I think both of our 1st times doing a joint keynotes and what's really really awesome about doing a talk with someone as a wonderful and amazing insight the way is that it doesn't go well it's for what so if only thinking was that my fault which is why I regret should have so many lives are at the energy this now many look so 4 years ago when I decided to
learn to code I did it on my own I think 12 to 16 hours alone in my apartment with my job I did all the books encoding tutorials and workshops and it felt a lot like this it was sad and lonely and frustrated it was me meters the computer and the computer was always right there were a lot closer than if you hide the hides are high enough that I want to keep going and did so around 2 years ago I was
feeling pretty I was about a year into my 1st step job and I asked coding I was building but I wasn't really feeling challenged was really feeling uncomfortable so I decided to swing the pendulum to the other side and I did possibly the most uncomfortable thing that a developer can do I interviewed for a new job and
I really went for it I interviewed at places that seemed kind of intimidating and that I thought would push me out of my comfort zone and he was forced to keep on learning and growing and toward the end of that interview but I was given a really really hard questions and I was really excited about it as he wanders writing the code on my
own I decided to apply and have accepted into the blue camp in all this and I have 44 other people who understood with that Jones felt like and we have time from things worked and we held each other and pride and they do not as 1 doesn't code and finally if I had a group of people who understood but the the highs and the lows and all that and I was no longer a lot so if you have interviewed a
for adept job you often have a technical section of the interview and I interviewed at a company that was pretty intense and it was a very long time our I interview process and toward the end of end of the interview the ended by giving me a really hard Computer Science problem that I had never heard about the and I felt a little bit scared but also I finally felt challenged in a way that I really haven't felt since I 1st started learning code how that community at that they can make
the journey is so much easier and having that you've you've got me fired about coding all over again but my community cost me 100 thousand dollars and realize that
salary and I felt very lucky that I could afford to do that a lot of people came and the true value of that camp was really that community was having those 44 other people in that room with me and I didn't like the fact that if someone that type of support system is that that you do a lot of money for it I want to find it cheaper and easier way the people so eventually get
five-hour-long technical interview came to an end I think that you who be to think and and I didn't say that getting a job nor did I end up solving a computer science problem but but I did get something else I got this pitching desire to understand what everyone else in that room to already know the basics of how computers work and the fundamentals of computer science I just didn't like the idea that everyone else in the room knew these building blocks and that I just I really wanted a seat at that table without spending on money and time required to get a fiesta so I
thought of the solution at that point I felt like everybody was due to a chat show of hands you know Twitter chat Chopin intervention that few people OK no worries issue you like material about file on the only thing that the rate of 4 and S that you would have been the government if it out over to a chat to is when we have a hashtag and usually a time to meet so sometimes it's once a once-elite twice so of its monthly and there's a moderator there's 1 account to gives up questions and the idea is to use the hashtag to have a conversation on Twitter so I think we'll call stop a Twitter chat and all started with the hashtag cold
movies and everyone the at 6 PM Pacific time 9 PM eastern time for peace last 4 years I use this chapter bring people together and ask questions so I
thought of a solution after that interview I decided that I was going to change be 1 of those people who had a seat at that table I was going to catch up to everyone else and teach myself computer science at how on earth do you teach yourself all of computer science by yourself I don't know the answer that question but I knew how to make Goals I'm really into lists so I decided that I was going to teach myself from 1 topic every week and I would write about it every week for the whole year and I was determined to stick to it and and she did she do we've we've proof me all the walk off that and I remember when she Swedish this into each and in the series I thought that you think I will see by the time you will see if you actually go with that and every few months which have honored for another work in which we used was this week and she always stand in your past and action that it's very very impressive it was of very he but it's and you
I actually started with the simplest thing that I could think of and that I at least have so the 1st thing I wrote about was binary or base to an as series went on I realize that this is like the coming of the thing and I should probably give it a name as so I decided to safely college based the may have a
joke you know a little if if the the student the that it's pronounced BCS but it's spelled like B 6 like the basics of computer science now that the OK to me like a full year to figure this out to the bars and the like that if you have a and the only reason that I'm figured out because I was trying to type in a word of the Senate type out BCS and kept on correcting near a diverse kind of art was useful and kept saying like the the is the thing I like it's fully thing when you should talk to bite you and it kept changing into basic as what what I want to hold all the basics of she that's amazing it did take you what did you got the got the idea so that's what chat for me was really
just like excuse to bring people together the real value was all the conversations and connections that happen and I hope they happen and they did over the years we've had people make friends in the Twitter chat fine meant always get jobs alter reading people together so wait there's been a Twitter chat every week release yeah for the last 4 years ago and 270 today will be the 200 80 Twitter is Twitter produced here last month yes now like them upon the there was 1 Wednesday and then not do a Twitter chat because that was then at Mary had a wedding in the she said in I and have an acceptable and is simply that knowledge
I'm so as I add throughout the year as I would write the base year series and I noticed that more and more people were reading sure there were new developers and those with some experience but there are also people who had a Ph.D. even computer science were getting value from the series which was super excited and as time went on I promise myself actually engaging with all of these folks around the world I would answer the questions whenever I could point them to computer science resources that have been helpful to me sometimes I have a crazy idea like how host a livestream well that people want to write a post Sutherland you know it was 1 of our over like me after Emerson has this word and and we have is this work and how does this work in minimum on Wikipedia animal which we put people are watching me over a couple of things but I I do another 1 I just felt that interest this 5th and
that was the very heart of the whole process and the whole series itself was being able to engage with all the people who were reading and then it benefiting from it 1 of the things that I did was I connect with some of the most invested they see as readers and I would actually us and then customize hand-drawn postcards to wherever they were in the world which is really from you was was was a view of what's so about 6 months into the into
doing these twitter chats I realize that I don't have a Twitter chat I had a community and after a few months I realized that it wasn't just me who had been struggling to try to teach myself Computer Science and felt alone the whole time there are lots of other people just like me in our aloneness feeling alone we're action together and I have created of
community I will describe my community as being inclusive
but that means that were lots of different kinds of communities I think it's a bit misleading because it makes it sound you literally want every single person in your community and the truth is we what everything and then I had a phase where people who were kind and welcoming and supportive come and hang out and support each other and I didn't want to have which we call them the assholes when it's all the assholes so that have a right to get hit the I so it into very intentional thing I created walls and I became a choose I never started our thinking thinking that anyone would actually the CS I mean I'm sure would equal if they did and if it help them but I was writing for the masses I was writing in the version of myself that which the fat resource had existed when I was trying to learn all these things on my own and because I didn't have a CS degree the right was kind of different than most resources I tried to make it as friendly as possible and the writing would never be judgmental or condescending I never assume that someone would know what a word meant or how concept function because I didn't know what it meant for our functions of and ends in trying to make it fun and friendly and used drawings to try to make it visually appealing I didn't necessarily have assholes though striking about him can buy it there are a lot of beekeepers in the world of computer science and a line of the content can be made inaccessible and kind of guarded in an ivory tower especially if you don't have a CS degree so the creative choices that I made in creating BCS unintentionally kept a lot of these face kept a lot of these gatekeepers out of phase the of community every Twitter chat starts with 3 rules be supported the helpful be it's part of our code of conduct is a set of rules that we shall from the rooftops it sets the tone it sets expectations but the real way to keep the assholes out if to be incredibly disgustingly next couple so 1 day CAS reader once wrote and
told me as a self top programmer and girl I have to say that all the pink in the BCS theory makes me extra half and when I read this that's so great was totally mistaken accident that India that happened and that they and I never set out to make PCs extirpated to compensate for something different and finally there is a lot of pink in BCS that you just personally like the for small highly underrated color it's great 2nd of all I have that to have a problem really you walk into a stationary store in lipids and a Connes Yor like I must own men and you walk into a lot of features stories of family have like it depends on what my god I have to use them all and I had to come up with reason satellite think so you have sets of patterns and new underutilized pink in real life so you over utilizes this that's what I had managed to can keep a secret for like over a year and now you just throw it out of the yes as so it could be
now I the a nice person quantum OK but right on my call have I'm a best friend under coach and your tutor I was still your feet with exclamation points and hearts simultaneous and a whole lot affirmations it's progressed that much you know I didn't realize how bad it wasn't about 2 years ago that's you know we are limited was thing to 2 years ago I was sitting at home that I had this terrible terrible pain in my right shoulder it up so so bad over the course of the day it got worse and worse and worse and then literally 2 minutes minutes for the Twitter chat started it got to the point where I was crying and howling in pain like that is pretty bad is that might what has that whereas it is here I think it the vision and get so he looked at me and he said that we should have the versus real what's happening what's wrong with you as you know in the time that will but I think I will dictate you going to do this is more power following the other sort retreat and the that and so are you he typing a much more slimy source lonely and you it's to will to me like I made my 1st call requested by 2 residents and and eligible applied that was likely that the with like 1 explanation for that and we don't do that here OK direct relation with minimum and here there was a time when you find yourself spinning emojis that the person you love and you I'm certain circussy see yourself differently and and you know it was in Texas and intense purses ways have you been secretly really annoyed with me like in our friendship because only contained information when you didn't do that that's that's all I love that you have chosen this moment to tell me that I error any opportunity again we have to make you better friend of the path of the 55th and again I know thought I commend serious error and it's the intentional I wanna make only extra extra safety extra funding is there people who think we need that and the people who knew that will come and stay and the people who think it's too much and you will think it's kind of gross will leave us alone but you don't wanna sit with us and that's OK so we're very upfront about the R we're unapologetically supportive we're molecular sleep positive and when you do that what happens is the people who need it will come and fill your mentions and more time I'm in your feed with all this positivity goodbye when I wrote yes I was also particular about what I said and how is that it the thing is I just didn't realize the full impact of what I was saying until much later specifically use the words we
need because whoever was reading this post and wherever they were I want them to feel like they were alone 1 of the things that they were somebody with them while they were learning and I use the words afraid and intimidated scary because that was how I felt about learning some of these really really tough and technical concepts I wanted to acknowledge that it was to hold we OK and valid I feel this way and honestly I still haven't come across a computer science resource that really does this and I think that's what the BCS the part it validated all of these feelings and by acknowledging the existence it brought this whole group of people to the front of the stage and by acknowledging the existence they started to feel PCs was not about being taught at but rather learning together I was very intentional about serving other
communities I on the other hand was far more accidental I was
really just trying to write a half but both
are have led us to the same place find people who were the same pain points and bringing them together but what about everyone else yeah in writing for myself I inevitably left some people out I'm a visual learner so reading and writing really makes sense to me it's how I process and understand concepts and deconstruct the world around us a lot of what we do a committee is on social media like Twitter is a huge part of how we engage in interactive community so if you're not on Twitter it's really hard to part for community if you're not awake at 6 PM on Wednesday we doing but also and that nearly to be part of our 2 great if you were just that had had the person who doesn't appreciate that kind of a really over the top of Bush's feeling kind of thing it's also really hard to be part of a community so even though we tried really hard to include everybody exactly half of thanks for the answers and show that for a long list of reasons it was really hard to find a space for everyone will always unintentionally lead people out base yes also isn't for everybody because not everyone learns the same way there are visual learners but some people are ordered to remind us while others learn by doing their kinesthetic learners I left so many people out by my choice to create a written series even if I made it super fun fun and and approachable there some maybe some people would fall through the cracks the true there's no community is a truly inclusive by now we launched from conference call cold
land happening may 45 New York City check out through town and we also want something super proud of which is the code to be cracked
and we've done 160 8 episodes at this point we interviewed developers of all different skill levels and backgrounds and walks of life and I love typecasting as a medium so much because it's really easy way to educate and entertain on the go so from my community of really busy learners and students and parents in working adults it's the perfect tool if have some really often gets homage to lay in their favorite all and and you lose the knowledge he actually he talks a lot so it isn't too hot and I want to think about like important things that I have heard of him so I had some obvious reason that yet there's also this we also woman invited he was on the show death of leading up to check it to if the
most of my contract is about people and their personal stories not a lot of technical thing on the shelf and I really want to do a podcast that is more technical I just have the content I had the opposite problem I had a wealth of content but limited medium that I can really express and if you don't learn best by reading than Masius becomes inaccessible to you but I knew that there were some people who would just never get to use the written series fully the way that I wanted because they were probably other types of learners that's why I resented by Léon said let's try BCS into a pot that would like to read it all this really great content and my community would benefit from a different way of consuming my country it was 1 when so we
launch the show and we thought like I will probably get like a few thousand downloads for season 1 we got over 100 thousand down in Season 1 and rave reviews at the obviously it 1 way better than either of us have sex and and we were thrilled to be able to serve both of our communities entirely new ways we heard listeners through twitter and the now how much they loved her Leiria's conversations we are pretty you know I'm trying to tell my husband 4 years of funding and now I have proved that he gives you a lot of but then we heard from 1 listener in
particular whose story was a bit different he was blind and as it turned out there are very many resources that teach technical concepts through a purely auditory medium a lot of technical and learn to code content is a very visual with screenshots and videos so for this listener the base podcast wasn't just a matter of convenience for him it was an entire game changer when we decided to
collaborate with be an overlap in our communities the lots of Khalili's were excited to learn computer science there are a lot of people who are reading the BCS series and learning computer science who are close these only created the podcast we assume that most of our audience would be that intersection and that was true but that was the full picture Bess is the real picture in creating that Comcast we did have some overlap but we ended up reaching an entirely different group of people and also filling an entirely different gap we just couldn't see it we were only equipped to see the communities that we were a part of the pain points to me personally felt so obviously in
retrospect looking back on it now it seems really ironic that in the process of trying to fill a gap that was so obvious to us we missed another gap entirety that was so obvious to that blind listeners we ended up doing that very same thing that we had seen everyone else too we were still heads down and consumed in filling the gaps and the pain points that we had experienced that we never bothered to look up and see what are the pain points there might be in the same space and now we both know that this gap is there seems so obvious if that pretty obvious gap was invisible to both of us until recently you can't help but wonder how many other gaps are there that we don't know about what did you see that we don't we all try to think of those gaps those communities were not surveying not reaching out welcoming it's our responsibility as individuals we should take that responsibility seriously but here's the problem expecting a single person to be able to serve everyone is just really unrealistic we all have our diocese our viewpoints and our blind spots so even when we try to include as many people as we can we still have to deal with all of so what can you do how can they fill the gaps that we don't even know on there we can start by empowering the people who can see them the people who have lived through an experienced firsthand the very pain points and problems that we have those that we'll never may be able to and if the people with lived experiences were in the best position to see an address some of these guys these are the individuals who are going to know exactly what to look for and exactly what to do to help fill those voids and address those pain points and those are the voices that we have to amplify so if you may hear people talk with the idea of empowering others a lot like empowered people's instead of the ice rallying cry about what it actually means what is look like now again this is undoubtedly a big question any a lot of possible and I don't I just think you need to do that much to be very compact as a very basic level 1 of the simplest most impactful things you can do is to listen
if you have even a little bit of a platform you're now in this position where you have to speak but much of the your like supposed to say important things as its went and told of opinion leaders are just those who come to the front stage and speak they are just the ones who talk in command also have to be able and willing to take a step back and listen and in taking a step back they empower power and listening can start with a very very simple questions what if I
love this question I use it often its invitation its permission empowers people to share their lived experiences and joined the problem solving process to occur but that question alone is not really going to get us very far until we create state spaces so creating safe
spaces is always found in the years to me it sounds like this bureaucratic process where I have a big let rubber stamp can absorb around a large say especially right the idea that what does that even mean sometimes it has a sense of permanence like you can just designate something a save space and therefore because you designated it once it's gonna stay the same for ever like you can just mark it is safe to walk away from the capital on the back and never think about it again but true say
spaces need to be maintained and nourished like a book having something like a code of conduct can help different sets the tone but a lot of that had been lifting happens behind the scenes in conversations interaction how do you respond when 1 of your employees says something problematic what you do when a co-worker makes an inappropriate joke what happens when someone has taken credit for work that they did not do how do we handle these moments as managers as employees as individual contributors and ALS maintainance do we look the other way in these moments order we speak up that's what really makes and keeps it a state space when we push back even in small ways we shine a light we empower and when we are the ones in positions of power positions of leadership positions of privilege it becomes our job to
land that power retweeted greater than always down but what's more impactful is a job offer speaking opportunities a promotion a pay raise sponsorship introductions collaborations what resources do you or your company has that might help make someone's work will that more in so for a lot more in depth examples of
how you can actually use your privilege we both highly recommend that you check out on 1 talk lending for so just at all these different things that we can do as individuals but what does that mean as an industry well well
when we start to do small thing to power individuals will start to see pockets of people with a shared problem and pinpoint began to find solutions and also find 1 another just like all those people who were struggling to learn computer science fundamentals for learning the code those pocket they're going to blossom into communities and that's how we'll start to see few diversity when people from Diffie backgrounds come together new and interesting solutions are then began to sprout up flowers references but I know you were coming from San Diego that it rains a lot here and I'm really excited for spring had to hold back like from putting a bunch of flowers trees so the digital the relationship to the latter restraints they're the same used to describe the importance representation you can't me when you can't see and a summary it's true this hard to so to be what you can't see it slightly easier to be the thing that's the model for you and you can still do it in fact under amazing people who have become the very thing that they didn't see and in doing that not only do they give us a voice they gave this ability to so many of us and in fact we started of ACS podcast because we didn't see that in the world but if you look at this saying and turn around it can be misinterpreted as if I don't see it must not exist and that tends to be a big part of the argument of diversity and inclusion debates I don't see women including all day so there must not be very many women who code well or I don't see very many people of colors so they must not be very many good people of color who have good speakers instead the I have to point customers in the room with that the and the lack of visibility being viewed as a symptom of the problem it's seen as proof of
non existence when I 1st tried to learn computer science after the technical interview I thought I was just mean wouldn't know this stuff and It's because I didn't see anyone else struggling so I see no they must not exist in learning it myself I realize that I was in Lomé which is so funny because when I 1st saw this idea of the BCS blog series I thought wow how come no one's done this yet since this you have this problem something I different struggled with but when I was 1st starting learned from called items as me was having such a hard time I did see other people struggling so I assume that they didn't exist except hello I'm here I was 1 of those people I can't tell you how many times I felt so stupid when I was trying to learn how to cook appearance of programming as humans do the things that did have a lot of that but after creating community I realize that I also wasn't a lot we started our projects because we didn't see what we wished existed in the world and becoming the very things that we wished existed we realize that there are other people who were just like this and in to the front of the stage and saying I think this we show a light on everyone else who we thought didn't exist see there so what if instead of thinking if I don't see them they must not exist
instead we thought if I don't see them maybe it's because the quietly working in the dark hoping to 1 or maybe our ability to see them is even what determines whether or not they exist true maybe just maybe they've
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Titel Closing Keynote
Serientitel EmberConf 2018
Autor Yitbarek, Saron
Joshi, Vaidehi
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DOI 10.5446/35707
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2018
Sprache Englisch
Produzent Confreaks, LLC
Produktionsjahr 2018

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