DevRelCon Earth 2020 Day 1
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- 7月2日（木） 19〜21時
- 7月9日（木） 19〜21時
- 7月16日（木） 19〜21時
- 7月30日（木） 19〜21時
Twitch / YouTube Live
|19:20||Future of work - why soft skills are important and how to build "the dream team" by Michelle Mannering|
|19:45||Q&A / 休憩|
|19:55||It takes community and technology to make the document translation work more fun and productive by Noriaki Fukuyasu|
|20:20||Q&A / 休憩|
|20:30||Documentation Tooling - Open Source way by Ankit Gadgil|
|20:55||Q&A / 休憩|
|22:10||懇親会（Zoom or Spacial Chat）|
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Future of work - why soft skills are important and how to build "the dream team" by Michelle Mannering
Through the talk I'll cover of: - what is current landscape of our working environment and how is it changing - what is the ""future of work"" and what are employers, and customers are looking for - the importance of a 'venturing' mindset - how do we upskill people for the future of work - why entrepreneurship (or intrapreneurship) is becoming more prevalent in today's society - how do you build a 'dream team' to execute any project, company, or win a hackathon - my own experiences (drawing on hackathons, the 'untraditional' career path, esports, and more
Known as the “Hackathon Queen” I work as the Developer Community Manager for GitHub. Everyday I get to engage with the vibrant developer community. As part of the DevRel team, we’re here to listen to the community, understand them, and provide people with the tools and resources to succeed at open source. Coding and development aren’t always just about writing lines of code 👩💻 One of my favourite focus areas of DevOps is collaboration. You’ll find me talking about this a lot as it can really shape the end result of your product or service. I’ve been lucky enough to collaborate with amazing teams throughout all my jobs and to promote this through my various hackathons and speaking engagements.
In my ‘spare’ time I’m a streamer, journalist, and always working on something exciting. One such venture is Raine Scooters, where we designed and created an electric scooter to put the fun in your daily commute ⚡🛴 I’m also the recipient of the DELL Young Entrepreneur of the Year (2019), DELL Social Media Influencer of the Year (2019), Telstra Business Woman of the Year Finalist (2019), Finalist Esports personality of the year (2018), and many more.
It takes community and technology to make the document translation work more fun and productive by Noriaki Fukuyasu
Developer communities are often reluctant to write documentation because, for many developers, the fun part of community activities is writing codes not documents. When it comes to the translation of those documents into the local languages, the situation is even worse. But the translation of the documents into local language is very critical for growing the local developer communities and ecosystems, and eventually, users. We, non-native English speaker communities, must solve this issue. In this talk, I would like to share my thoughts on how to make the translation work more fun and productive that many people would become motivated to participate. It really takes tools (technologies) and working processes (community).
Noriaki Fukuyasu@Linux Foundation
Noriaki Fukuyasu is the Vice President of Japan Operations for The Linux Foundation. Prior to joining The Linux Foundation, he lead the international business for a Japanese leading linux distributor, Turbolinux, Inc, as Director of International Business. He also served as the CEO of Zend Japan. He has a MA degree in International Relations from Nagoya University, and a BS from Lambuth University.
Documentation Tooling - Open Source way by Ankit Gadgil
Technical Documentation at Red Hat is primary for Customer Experience and Engagement for Red Hat Products. And for Mozilla its a boon for contributors and communities. We will learn the two different approaches to the same discipline.
We will touch down on the modular way of technical documentation that Red Hat works with and how to we have added tooling around it. We will walk through the process and ideas of creating tools around the modular style of docs. We will also discuss the architectural know-how and what technologies are better suited to the modular approach. Then we will talk about how Mozilla works with technical Documentation and MDN with the backend Kuma. And finally, compare these two approaches to understand why technical documentation is useful for open source projects.
Who and why? This talk is for documentation writers, product owners and developers who write tools around docs
Ankit Gadgil is an Open Source enthusiast who supports in Privacy by design. He is an open web advocate who believes the web should be equally accessible to all for equal opportunity. He likes engineering software through comprehensive architecture and design. Ankit is a Mozilla community mentor, Mozilla Reps Peer and a tech speaker. As a day job, he contributes code at Red Hat and enjoys working with Python and JS.
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