In this episode Diana talks about how she started programming and how she started working with DevOps. She talks about her work with Vue Vixens and how the cloud is impacting DevOps today
Being a DevOps/SysAdmin totally rocks. Being a developer rocks!. Being a Vue Vixen rocks my socks. But why?, don't we all suffer at some point? - probably on a daily basis. I am often seen arguing with my computer and also cheering when things work. It hasn't changed since day one. You won't see a lot of swanky things but here i share my projects and all the reasons that make me love doing what i do! 💜
Diana Rodriguez is a Full Stack Developer/DevOps, Vue Vixens Worldwide Community Organiser, Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies and Google Cloud Platform, WTM Ambassador, GDG Triangle Co-Organiser and Auth0 Ambassador. She was also a NativeScript-Vue Ambassador for 2018.
With 18 years' experience and a strong background in back end and infrastructure, Diana likes to bring together the best of both worlds, spreading DevOps culture. As a Chief DevOps Architect She has a passion for Automation, IaaS and containers being very proficient in Kubernetes and Docker.
She's super enthusiastic about everything to encourage people to start a career in development and a fan of female devs and DevOps. In her spare time she likes to play videogames, also a huge fan of sports, Diana is a rugby player and taekwondo black belt.
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Diana Rodriguez, Worldwide Community Organizer for the Vue Vixens Initiative, joins us today to talk about her early experiences with development as a child, her transition into a becoming a full-time professional and her work with getting women from communities all over the world involved with programming!
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Jen Looper and Diana Rodriguez discuss Vue Vixens, an organization of people who identify as women and who want to learn Vue.js to make websites and mobile apps. Jen and Diana share their story of creating and building a successful developer community and growing Vue Vixens into a worldwide organization.
The same way a chef doesn't live inside their kitchen to be a good chef, developers don't have to spend their lives attached to devices to be "real developers". Let's have an honest talk about keeping a healthy balance between work and your personal life and avoid burning yourself out!
This DEV Live Stream was recorded on September 19, 2018
Real life struggles. Real tips and answers. An entertaining (yes!) talk about those things we never talk about.
Talks & Workshops
|DevOps Days SLC - Salt Lake City, UT 🇺🇸||DevOps + IoT + Security: No Secrets||May 14-15 2019|
|Fleurix Conf Women's conference - Charlotte, NC 🇺🇸||DevOps + IoT + Security: No Secrets||March 25-27 2019|
|Vue Conf US - Tampa, FL 🇺🇸||Vue Vixens Skulk||March 25-27 2019|
|Triangle DevFest '19 - Raleigh, NC 🇺🇸||Containers 101: Docker & Kubernetes Simplified||Feb 26 2019|
|DevFest DFW '19 - Plano, TX 🇺🇸||Deployment 101 for Frontenders||Feb 16 2019|
|Nashvile Women Programmers - Nashville, TN 🇺🇸||Dockerise your nuxt app like a boss!||Feb 11 2019|
|VueNYC #18 - New York, NY 🇺🇸||Debunking Myths: Imposter sindrome [slides]||Jan 29 2019|
|IOT DevFest - Tempe, AZ 🇺🇸||DevOps + IoT + Security: No Secrets [slides]||Jan 26 2019|
|ModernWeb Triangle - Raleigh, NC 🇺🇸||Debunking Myths: Burnout Culture and Junior Dev4Life [slides]||Nov 29 2018|
|DevFest New Haven - New Haven,CT 🇺🇸||Deployment 101 for Frontenders [slides] | [video]||Oct 27 2018|
|JS Mobile Conf - Boston, MA 🇺🇸||Vue Vixens Breakfast Skulk||Oct 26 2018|
|JS Mobile Conf - Boston, MA 🇺🇸||Debunking Myths: Imposter sindrome [slides]||Oct 25 2018|
|All Things Open - Raleigh, NC 🇺🇸||Vue Vixens Skulk||Oct 22 2018|
|Connect Tech - Atlanta, GA 🇺🇸||New to frontend? Get rocking with Vue.js! [slides] | [video]||Oct 18 2018|
|Connect Tech - Atlanta, GA 🇺🇸||Vue Vixens Skulk||Oct 17 2018|
|Vue Montevideo - Montevideo, Uruguay 🇺🇾||Introducing Vue Vixens / Vue Cli 3 Like a Boss [slides]||Oct 9 2018|
|Vue.js Summit - São Paulo, Brazil 🇧🇷||Deployment 101 for Frontenders [slides]||Aug 31 2018|
|Vue.js Summit - São Paulo, Brazil 🇧🇷||Vue Vixens Skulk||Aug 30 2018|
|Vue Vixens Day - Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷||Deployment 101 para Frontenders [slides]||Jul 28 2018|
|Vue Vixens Day - Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷||Vue Vixens Skulk||Jul 28 2018|
|Nardoz #4 - Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷||Rompiendo Mitos: Sindrome del Impostor [slides]||Jul 4 2018|
|Vuenos Aires #6 - Buenos Aires, Argentina 🇦🇷||Official presentation/launch of Vue Vixens to the Tech Community||Jun 21 2018|
Articles written by me:
Integrating Vue-Cli3 with Kendo UI
Walk through the integration process of the new Vue CLI 3 with Kendo UI, and start developing eye-catching Vue.js applications with zero hassle!
As i promised before, the next part of this series of tutorials, is about adding a SSL certificate container to your stack. Let's get it started! (yeah!).
Our awesome CTO Natalia Tepluhina coded our Vuetiful Nuxt SSR website: (https://vuevixens.org). We are all super happy and proud about it. She can totally guide you through all the development details, I will only take our website to show you how easy it is to pack it in Docker and talk from the DevOps perspective of Vue Vixens.
Have you ever thought how much of an impact you may have on someone else's life?. If we were more aware of the positive influence we can have on others, perhaps things could be a bit different... what if we started paying more attention to those little things that matter in the end?
2018 Vue Vixens retrospective and 2019 roadmap
It’s been a whirlwind year in our community, as we have built it from nothing at the beginning of the year, formally launched it in February 2018, and grew it into an exciting, vibrant group of passionate women developers and allies in a very short period of time.
Get ready to follow the Yellow Brick Road with me as I talk a bit about how I built a tight-knit technical team based on what I call the Emerald City Principle.
It’s my great honor and pleasure to formally introduce to the world a program, project, and community, Vue Vixens! We are also very happy to launch this new blog, kindly hosted by our friends at Dev.to!
The Vue community is made up of over 122,000 stars (literally), and this series provides interviews with developers who are working across the world to make the Vue community a better place. In this article, we continue our focus on Vue Vixens with a conversation with Diana Rodríguez.
These are the projects/initiatives/organisations i am involved with.
Vue Vixens is an initiative founded by Jen Looper, Developer Advocate at Progress, that creates and hosts workshops to teach Vue.js to under-represented people in a cool and fun way. It is based on the successful model pioneered by Shmuela Jacobs for the Angular community (ng-girls.org) who was in turn inspired by the Rails Bridge and Django Girls initiatives. The format involves self-driven code labs completed in a workshop format in groups with mentoring by conference-goers and speakers who volunteer to help. The goal of the program is to familiarize women and those who identify as such with Vue.js in a supportive and inclusive environment. We also help conferences organize their diversity initiatives such as offering free conference tickets, and are building a scholarship fund to help offset those attendees' conference costs so that they can more easily attend. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Google Developers Experts (GDEs) are a global network of experienced product strategists, designers, developers and marketing professionals actively supporting developers, startups and companies changing the world through web and mobile applications.
GDEs are experienced, recognized developers of Google technologies as well as outstanding professionals in product strategy, UX/UI, marketing, growth hacking and monetization. They distinguish themselves through frequently speaking at conferences, share their passion and experience by publishing videos and tutorials, writing code samples, mentoring developers and startups and much more. Thanks to their support, developers, high-potential startups and technical communities around the world build and launch highly innovative apps.
Our Women Techmakers Ambassador Directory showcases women and men around the world that are driving diversity and inclusion through local events within the tech community.
GDGs are local groups of developers who are specifically interested in Google products and APIs. Each local group is called a GDG chapter and can host a variety of technical activities for developers - from just a few people getting together to watch our latest videos, to large gatherings with demos and tech talks, to hackathons.
Our global team of ambassadors empower their communities and help make the Internet a safer place by attending and hosting meetups, conferences, and other events that focus on authentication, security, and identity topics.
NativeScript-Vue Ambassador 2018
The Ambassador program is designed to help developers move from being a beginner to becoming an expert mobile app developer. Our Ambassadors come from all walks of life: students and professionals, folks new to code, folks who have been coding for a while, men and women, from many different parts of the world.