Hope everyone gets some rest and relaxation.
Big thanks to West Vancouver Memorial Library for hosting their 3rd annual Front Line Technology Meetup. Heard about a lot of cool projects. Continue reading Notes from Front Line Technology Meetup
This is a personal reflection piece that I wrote while on vacation, where my brain compelled me to write this piece whether I posted it publicly or not. It certainly helped me to get this down, and maybe it’ll help other people reflect on their own worklife balance. Continue reading Worklife Balance and Taking the Time Off
Day 2 of Code4libBC lightning talks! Continue reading Code4libBC Day 2: Lightning Talks
Lightning talks from the first day of Code4libBC. Continue reading Code4libBC Day 1: Lightning Talks
This lightning talk was presented at Code4lib BC 2016.
For a copy of the slides, please see the presentation on SpeakerDeck (also below) or the version on GitHub.
Continue reading Code4libBC Presentation: Getting Things Done: Discovering Efficiencies in Workflow
There is so much literature out there already on how to write job applications (namely cover letters and resumes) that I wasn’t sure I was going to write this post, but based on the job applications that I was looking over, I’m almost amazed at how many glaring errors people still make. Continue reading Yet Another Tips Post on Job Applications
This morning , I did another presentation for the Florida Libraries Webinars group. The first time was focused on web content, while this time was focused on overall design and structure. Continue reading Presentation: Making Web Services Accessible for Everyone
After a little over two years, my time at the BC Libraries Cooperative (the co-op) working on the National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS) project will be coming to an end. As I prepare to leave, I thought I would reflect on my work while at the co-op. Continue reading A Reflection on Two Years as Content Coordinator
Previously, I wrote an overview of accessible production based on how a couple of different organizations produce accessible books. In the future, hopefully production will be simplified as devices are updated to support new standards and some of the standards are finalized. Continue reading DAISY Production: A Vision for the Future