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  It starts, as these things often do, with a tweet: Sadly, the most common model for commit history as documentation is “chaotic mess that doesn’t give you any information without deep study” — Sarah Mei (@sarahmei) September 16, 2017   Which led me on to saying: Reluctance to rebase and force push prevents commits…

How to overcome Impostor Syndrome and use your brain’s learning mechanisms to improve your public speaking skills

TLDR; I presented a workshop at the Sigist on 14th September 2017 on Public Speaking. Unpack what “Impostor Syndrome” means to you, to identify actionable steps to improve your public speaking. You can rewire your brain by revisiting ‘normal’ experiences of speaking in public as public speaking. I presented a workshop at the Sigist on…

This week, I shared an epic win around an epic fail with women in testing slack community, as we have a channel dedicated for brag and appreciate – sharing stuff in more words than on twitter, knowing your positive enforcement of awesome things won’t be taken against you. My epic win was around case of…

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