Software engineer, community organizer, yoga nerd, vegan, queer, buddhist, Mozillian, co-founder of the Stumptown Syndicate and Open Source Bridge co-chair.
A non-profit organization known primarily as the makers of the Firefox web browser.
Supporting the participation of women in the Portland tech community.
The Portland PHP Users Group is a community forum for people to share, meet and learn about PHP and Open Source technologies. The group strives to be a valuable resource for anyone interested in PHP regardless of their skill level or background. Through sharing and communication we believe we can foster a creative and successful community of PHP...
An all-volunteer run conference for open source citizens.
The next step toward making Portland the most awesome place in the world to start and run your software business. We're here to keep you informed about the City's initiative to promote and enhance our local software industry. Mentoring & Learning pilot program: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=3956973&trk=anet_ug_hm
The purpose of this not-for-profit organization is to grow and nurture the local Portland community through free, educational, community-run technology events.
Our purpose is to support technology education and community-building through events, space and resource coordination, and other activities. We produce events such at Open Source Bridge, Barcamp Portland, Ignite Portland, PDX Tech Workshops and more!
Women Who Hack are casual get togethers for women who want to hack on projects with or around other women. All types of projects (software and hardware), languages, platforms and experience levels are welcome. Don’t have anything to work on? Come, and you’ll find a project! Our goal is to support local women hackers (and aspiring hackers) ...
Topics I can mentor
Topics I would like mentoring in
ruby, rails, python, software engineering